5 Things You Didn't Know About Lisa Boothe

Lisa Boothe said former President Obama "had his chance" when it comes to fixing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

President Obama is expected to speak out against President Trump's decision to pass the baton to Congress regarding the 800,000 individuals who came to the country illegally as children.

"With all due respect to the former president, please go away. You had your chance," Boothe said on "Outnumbered" Tuesday.

DACA has been criticized as unconstitutional. The former president called the program "temporary" in 2012, and requested Congress act to protect "Dreamers" legally.

Obama "subjecting these individuals to the headwinds of politics and the changing administration" was "playing politics," Boothe said.

"The idea that all these protesters, the Democratic Party are using this, playing politics once again, trying to lay this defeat on the Trump administration and Republicans is absolutely ridiculous," she continued.

Congress has six months to come up with a protection for the "Dreamers" before the program expires.

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UPDATE: As anticipated, President Obama did speak out on Facebook this afternoon:

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