White House won’t rule out future executive action on immigration

by Justin Sink, The Hill
November 27, 2013

The White House on Tuesday would not categorically rule out future executive actions to address immigration, while continuing to maintain “there is not” anything the president could do in lieu of congressional action on comprehensive reform.

“I don’t want to speculate about what sort of actions the president might or might not take,” White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters.

Obama has come under pressure from immigration activists, who have challenged the president to act unilaterally now that a comprehensive immigration bill appears stalled in the House. The president was heckled twice during events in San Francisco on Monday while discussing immigration reform, with protesters each time demanding an end to deportations via executive order.

In 2012, the Obama administration announced it would stop deporting some illegal immigrants who entered the United States as children, assuming they met certain criteria.

But the White House has maintained that path is not feasible for the nation’s entire immigrant population, arguing, as Obama did Monday, that the issue must be addressed legislatively.

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • TexRancher says:

    Sneaky recess holiday executive action particularly on immigration
    (AMNESTY / REFUSAL TO ENFORCE THE LAW) in favor of invading foreign nationals is TREASON and he and his AMNESTY CONSPIRATORS NEED TO GO TO LEAVENWORTH, PREFERABLY IN THE SAME CELL!

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