House Budget Committee Chairman Paul RyanPaul RyanTrump's approval takes hit after failed GOP healthcare plan How the GOP’s ‘Access to Care’ bill cuts down states’ rights Tax reform an important part of pro-consumer energy policy MORE (R-Wis.), speaking Sunday on ABC’s "This Week," blasted President Obama for saying he would use executive orders to skirt Congress.
Ryan stopped short of calling for Obama’s impeachment, however.
Obama made the assertions in the State of the Union speech on Tuesday.
“We have an increasingly lawless presidency,” Ryan said. “It is not the number of executive orders, it is the scope.”
“That is not the way our Constitution works,” Ryan said, calling Obama’s moves a “dangerous trend.”
Ryan said “no” when asked if he would move to try to impeach Obama, saying a lot of the issues will be fought out in court.