Inhofe: Obama wants legacy of eliminating fossil fuels

Senate Environment and Public Works Chairman Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) says President Obama wants to "do away with fossil fuels" as his presidential legacy. 
Inhofe spoke with The Hill on Earth Day about Obama's carbon emissions efforts. 
"I think we're looking at a president right now who, now that he can't run for president anymore — he's already been reelected — that he's looking at his legacy and what is his legacy?" Inhofe said in an on-camera interview. 
"He wants total gun control, he wants to close Gitmo, and then of course, this is the big thing, he wants to do away with fossil fuels." 
Watch the video clip above to see his full comments.