"I would be surprised if Republican leaders chose to pursue that path again," said Earnest.
Whatever the president does to ameliorate our nation's collapsing immigration system will be...
"What he does is going to be the legacy of the president," he said.
Alberto Gonzales said Obama should show we are "compassionate nation" and a "nation of laws."
"It's not going to stop me from doing what I think needs to be done," Obama said.
President Obama is just getting started using executive authority.
The administration now says it will act unilaterally on immigration reform.
"I don't think the Congress can show any injury here," Kathy Ruemmler said.
The Speaker on Wednesday said he plans to sue President Obama.
Obama promised a dozen actions in the next year.
The White House spokesman said Obama in 2014 will “bypass Congress where necessary.”
Republicans say their previous lawyer backed out of the case over political pressure.
Some Senate Dems have asked Obama not to act before the midterms.
Rubio says there is no realistic path for a comprehensive reform in Congress.
Obama signaled he's willing to move on immigration and tax policy if Congress fails to act.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest called the GOP lawsuit a "stunt."
The Speaker writes that he doesn't take legal action against the president lightly.
Rove said Obama takes greater liberties with his executive power than George W. Bush did.
“These are all things that the American public wants to see," Rep. Xavier Becerra said.
A spokesman said Republicans have shifted opposition "into a higher gear."
Republicans accuse president of trampling Constitution's checks and balances.
“It sounds vaguely like a threat,” Paul said on CNN’s "State of the Union."