Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus on Tuesday said President Obama is "acting like a child" for not working with Congress.
Although reports indicate that Obama will announce in his State of the Union address that he will raise the minimum wage, Priebus said he cannot do so without Congress' consent.
"That [authority] rests in the Congress," Priebus said in an interview with Fusion. "The president's image is upside down, I think he's acting like a child. The American people see it."
"There's a lot of things broken here in Washington," Priebus said. "One of them is that the president is incapable of leading and wanting to lead."
Fusion stated during the interview that Obama has issued less executive orders than former Presidents Clinton and Bush at their five-year-mark of their presidency.
"I want a leader to be president," Priebus said. "I want someone to say, 'Look guys, we're going to come together on an agreement… we're going to put the best darn [government] together to lead this country. He didn't do that."