Megyn to Judge Nap: 'Does Obama Have an Adult Relationship with the Truth?'
President Barack Obama denied to George Stephanopoulos that he had said he couldn’t go alone on immigration.
“The Kelly File” recently found 25 instances in which he said that he didn’t have the power to act on his own on immigration.
“This of course is not the first time that the president has changed his tune on a major issue to the American people,” Megyn Kelly said tonight, referencing Obama’s repeated pledge that those who liked their health care plans could keep them.
Judge Andrew Napolitano was on “The Kelly File” to discuss.
“It’s a sad state of affairs when this Harvard educated, University of Chicago Law School-hired, so-called constitutional scholar […] doesn’t understand the basics of the Constitution and the job and the role of the president of the United States,” he said, stressing that Obama doesn’t have the authority to change or rewrite the law.
Kelly charged Obama with misrepresenting the facts to the American people.
“Does Barack Obama have an adult relationship with the truth?” Kelly asked.
“The president does not have an adult relationship with the truth. The president lies about whether or not he lied in the past,” Napolitano said.
Kelly said that the media has allowed Obama to get away with this, and Napolitano asked a question many Fox News viewers are probably wondering: “Do you think he’d come on ‘The Kelly File?’”
Watch the video above to hear what Kelly had to say about that.