Gohmert: If Obama Intends To Legislate From Oval Office: 'It Is Wrong, it’s Unconstitutional'

By USDR


When asked whether President Barack Obama has the constitutional authority to act on climate change without congressional approval, Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) said, “it is wrong, it’s unconstitutional.”

CNSNews.com asked: “Does Obama have the constitutional authority to address climate change without congressional approval?”

“It depends on what he does. If he sends a nice letter saying climate change is real, which I believe, climate change is real. Absolutely, it’s a fact. It’s a fact of life. Four times a year we have climate change, it’s a real thing.”

“So if the President sends letters saying, I believe in climate change, that’s fine, but if he intends to legislate from the executive mansion, it is wrong, it’s unconstitutional.”

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