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Watch a Famous Harvard Law Scholar Argue Against Obama's Anticipated Executive Action on Immigration


"I’m not a king. I am the head of the executive branch of government. I’m required to follow the law."

President Obama has been pushing executive actions as a means of working around Congress in 2014. (Image Source: heartland.org)

President Barack Obama is expected to announce soon that he's taking executive action on immigration, potentially lifting the shadow of deportation for millions of people in the U.S. illegally — something that a Harvard Law scholar once strongly argued against.

That scholar? Barack Obama himself.

supercut by the Washington Free Beacon shows the many times Obama argued against doing exactly what he is expected to do.

The president's shift on immigration also caught the attention of the Washington Post, whose Fact Checker blog on Tuesday assigned Obama an "upside-down Pinocchio" — or a complete flip-flop.

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