At CPAC, the conservative radio host slammed Congressional Republicans and Jeb Bush.
The vote is a stunning defeat for Speaker John Boehner and his leadership team.
However, he says Congress has "every right" to act to roll back Obama's immigration orders.
Four Democrats crossed the aisle to vote with the GOP.
Comments suggest Jeb Bush won't retreat from immigration, education views.
His comments come as House GOP prepares to vote on short-term DHS funding bill.
The House measure would fund the Homeland Security Department for three weeks.
Sen. Mark Kirk slams House for tying immigration language to funding bill.
“This is not just inside-the-Beltway political jousting,” said Johnson.
Reid says Democrats won't talk about GOP changes to the clean Homeland Security bill.
Steny Hoyer also argued that defunding immigration actions won't work.
The Senate vote on a clean bill funding DHS broke a weeks-long stalemate.
Republicans in the upper chamber worry about a fight they consider a distraction.
He gave a strong performance in defense of his record to an occasionally hostile CPAC crowd.
Josh Earnest blasted the House for not taking up a "clean" funding bill.
Sen. Joe Donnelly will vote to roll back actions from last year.
Potential 2016 hopeful tells CPAC he was wrong in his past approach to comprehensive reform.
Senators have scheduled a string of votes Friday to pass a bill.
Fox News host says he'll ask Bush about his biggest weaknesses with conservatives.
Republicans say they’re unaware of objections that could prolong the fight.
He pledged to be a "disruptive app" like Uber or Lyft in the Senate for conservative ideas.
Sen. Mike Lee told CPAC the bill would circumvent the Constitution.
The president said border agents will be "answerable to the head of Homeland Security."
Democrat suggests Texas ruling is limited to states that brought lawsuit against Obama.