President Obama said in an interview broadcast Sunday that he “bent over backwards” to give Congress leeway to pass immigration reform.
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On ABC’s “This Week,” Obama said he has issued fewer executive actions than most former presidents “by a longshot.”
“If you ask historians, take a look at the track records of the modern presidency, I’ve actually been very restrained. And I’ve been very restrained with respect to immigration. I bent over backwards and will continue to do everything I can to get Congress to work,” Obama said.