Obama Takes Hit With Supreme Court Deadlock


A busy day in Washington, as the Supreme Court issued a couple rulings, most notably on the political front, their deadlock on the matter of whether President Obama’s executive orders on immigration exceeded his presidential constitutional authority.

The Supreme Court came out deadlocked on the issue, and since the lower court ruling being appealed said he did exceed his authority, that decision holds, blowing out the administration’s efforts at immigration reform.

Meanwhile, just as that ruling was coming out, the Democrats ended their sit-in in the House, but vowed to fight on once Congress reconvenes on July 5.

ABC’s Karen Travers joined us from the White House.