McConnell ‘disturbed’ by Obama’s path

by Peter Sullivan - The Hill  |  published on November 14, 2014

Senate Republican leaders on Thursday warned President Obama not to issue the executive orders on immigration that are reportedly coming next week.

“I’ve been very disturbed about the way the president has proceeded in the wake of the election,” Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said Thursday after being elected majority leader in the next Congress.

McConnell cited Obama’s “apparent decision to move ahead on immigration with executive orders.”

Still, the Kentucky Republican reiterated there would be no government shutdowns or debt defaults while the GOP is in charge, despite talk among some Republicans of seeking to stop Obama’s immigration action through the appropriations process.

“We’re not shutting the government down or threatening to default on the national debt,” McConnell said.

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