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And everybody I'm Neil Cavuto and as we end this week this just seems weak that pitted that well in the states -- -- A president deciding what illegally should become so big that -- talk about it yes if it is the Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage yes if it's the same court.
A ruling on voting rights and yes if it's -- senate voting on an illegal immigration bill all illegalities the president says must be addressed and corrected in society.
But -- not a peep about all these other illegalities bubbling in his own administration.
-- good lawyers know how to deflect and this president is a very good lawyer but that doesn't mean he still doesn't have a good many scandals.
Now some that look awfully illegal to me but then again I'm no lawyer -- words -- just a voter waiting for answers.
To Larry seven.
On whether this -- it is -- -- -- and if we should be worried about it or just an example of yet another president.
Choosing to talk about the legal issues that Saturday and -- not the legal issues that could be clearly damaging him.
Larry what do you make of all that's.
Well Neil you hit on it when you said you were a voter because ultimately this is going to be a political judgment.
By the voters but the next elections a year and a half away.
Presidents don't talk about things and unhappy things unless they're forced to.
And he could only be forced into ways.
-- a press conference a full blown press conference.
Which you rarely happens.
And even in those cases you can call on friendly reporters who won't ask you those questions -- I asked them -- a nice way.
And an election the election is November 2014 -- just running out how hot is that such a rapid I've seen what happened to -- this balloons to.
Of course presidents always try to run out the clock on bad news -- part of that.
Part of the trick of their job.
But you know you bulls of -- is -- greatest story and you are even though you rub it in my face summit to go ice cream and -- wrong.
History rewards those presidents who get in front of something even if they're not responsible for a John Kenny comes to mind -- -- Bay of Pigs disaster.
He got it inherited that he did -- -- trigger on an indictment and and and and do it.
But because he was so willing to take the blame.
His poll numbers shot up so history rewards those presidency try to get ahead of something doesn't.
Yes -- assuming you have the answers -- but look the voters.
Love nothing better they have a president or politician who's willing to admit they were wrong or to take responsibility for something.
Whether they purposely did it or not.
You know you know these people meal there they're pretty big ego load and they don't do that very often.
Yeah and I have it would these big -- its last.
Wanted to cause I love most about myself -- I don't but anyway.
Do you feel that this is gonna come back to bite him -- that by singling out I was kind of play -- tongue in cheek in the -- to say.
All right these illegalities the supreme courts finally addressing the -- finally addressing gate -- -- -- These other clear illegalities do not that that some people at home just don't say wait a minute.
Your year here.
Picking and choosing there.
Well if they pay attention.
They might do that -- but look you're talking about hypocrisy.
And we've had this conversation before hypocrisy is the lifeblood of politics NAFTA -- that.
To say my friend -- -- very good see you again Larry thank you very very much thank you dale Larry's take care of yourself you too.
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