When Joe Biden was running for president, he promised to use executive action to help with the gun problem in America. While he was initially focused on vaccines and the economy, he got around to the issue on Wednesday night.
President Obama is eyeing up major executive actions for his final year in office. The President is considering executive actions that would expand gun background checks and close GITMO.
The White House unloaded on the House Republican bill that would roll back President Obama's immigration executive orders calling it unfair, and predicting that it will die in the Senate.
President Obama is back from vacation, which means that whether Republicans like it or not more executive action is coming.
In remarks before he met with his cabinet, President Obama basically dared John Boehner to sue him by directing his cabinet to continue to push on areas where he can use executive action.