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Obama Defends Exec Actions

(Washington, DC) -- President Obama vows to continue signing executive orders to counteract congressional inaction.
Obama told a news briefing that he prefers to work with Congress but said he cannot reverse political gridlock and dysfunction by himself. House Republicans plan to sue the President over his increased use of executive actions. They have accused him of executive overreach.

President Obama says he'll continue making attempts to reverse political gridlock by working with Congress. Play Clip

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