The powers of the President of the United States are fodder for debate once again.
Despite protests from Republican leaders, President Obama is expected to make a big announcement in the coming week to take executive action to tackle immigration reform.
Many news outlets have reported that the Commander-in-Chief will assert his executive authority to enforce immigration law as he sees fit. For more on how far the President can go and how his actions might put a nail in the coffin of bipartisan agreement come the new year, Justin Levitt joins Take Two. He's a Constitutional Law Professor at Loyola Law School.