It's not cold-hearted for the president to uphold the law. We are a nation of law and order. And I think part of the reason that this is complicated, and one of the reasons he's wrestled with this back and forth, in large part is because this is not an easy one.
And certainly something where he wants to be able to make a decision with compassion. But at the same time, you can't allow emotion to govern. And this has to be something where the law is put in place. And it's something that he would support, if Congress puts it before him.
>> Does that mean offering them the pathway to citizenship?>> I think it means providing a more permanent solution that's done through the legislative process. Done legally and responsibly, unlike the previous administration. Cuz it's Congress's job to legislate. I think that the American people elected them to do it.
And again, if they can't, then they should get out of the way. And let somebody else take their job that can actually get something done.