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Congress vs the White House #1129704

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 30, 2014
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(Studio: James Brown) Report introduced.

(Capitol: Nancy Cordes) The Republican vote to authorize a lawsuit against President Obama for overstepping his Constitutional powers examined; details given about frustration with his executive orders to enact policies they oppose on energy, immigration & welfare. [Representative Randy HARRIS††- says no president should ever abuse their power.] [Representative Virginia FOXX††- says this is not about politics.] [Representative Hakeem JEFFRIES††- says it is an effort that will crash and burn.] [Representative Terri SEWELL††- says we need to be doing the business of the American people, not of our political parties.]

(Studio: James Brown; Washington: John Dickerson) The positions of Congress and the president and concerns about the message that the infighting sends globally discussed; details given about the view of Representative Paul Ryan. [OBAMA – criticizes Congress for hatin’ all the time.]

Brown, James;
Cordes, Nancy;
Dickerson, John

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