Gowdy: Obama's Disregard Of Law 'Has Reached An Unprecedented Level'

 
Gowdy: Obama's Disregard Of Law 'Has Reached An Unprecedented Level'
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South Carolina Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy said Sunday that the Obama administration's deliberate flouting of congressional law has reached an unprecedented level, claiming the time is now ripe for Congress to take the White House to court over executive overreach.

Gowdy spoke with Fox News' Shannon Bream about a House resolution authorizing a congressional lawsuit against the executive branch. Although individual lawmakers do not have standing to challenge the president, the provision would allow the institution of Congress itself to sue the Obama administration for ignoring laws passed by the legislative body.



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