UPDATE:  CBS digs up documents which target banning gun sales.  Fantastic!  Give the criminals the guns.  Outstanding POTUS et al.  I can’t wait until the eviction notice is served.

What did POTUS talk about with Eric? 

For the record- the little info box at C-Span says this about the full video

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, Deputy Secretary of State Jim Steinberg and Deputy Attorney General David Ogden held a news conference to announce the U.S.-Mexico Border Security Policy. They spoke to reporters and answered questions about plans to send about 500 more agents and equipment to the nation’s southwestern border and Mexico to fight Mexican drug cartels and keep violence from spilling over into the United States. Secretary Napolitano said officials were still considering whether to deploy the National Guard to the Arizona and Texas borders with Mexico, which the governors had requested. She also acknowledged that greater efforts were needed within the U.S. to combat the drug trade.

Thanks PMM.

He said he never discussed Fast & Furious.  LIAR, LIAR, PANTS ON FIRE!  The dog eater believes he is emperor.

h/t imust

From Community Pundits:

From the legal dictionary: Executive Privilege:The right of the president of the United States to withhold information from Congress or the courts. ( Started with G. Washington in 1792)
Historically, presidents have claimed the right of executive privilege when they have information they want to keep confidential, either because it would jeopardize national security or  Read More…
The Constitution does not specifically enumerate the president’s right to executive privilege; rather, the concept has evolved over the years as presidents have claimed it. As the courts have ruled on these claims, their decisions have refined the notion of executive privilege and have clarified the instances in which it can be invoked.
The courts have ruled that it is implicit in the constitutional Separation of Powers, which assigns discrete powers and rights to the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government. In reality, however, the three branches enjoy not separate but shared powers, and thus are occasionally in conflict. When the president’s wish to keep certain information confidential causes such a conflict, the president might claim the right of executive privilege.
The term executive privilege emerged in the 1950s, but presidents since George Washington  have claimed the right to withhold information from Congress and the courts. The issue first arose in 1792, when a congressional committee requested information from Washington..

Obama’s Lawless Presidency Close To Totalitarianism

The Obama Record: The chief executive who swore to faithfully execute the nation’s laws picks those he’ll ignore and makes up others through regulation and executive order. He sees no need for a Congress or Constitution.

Fact not composite.