Syndicated Columnist Charles Krauthammer told viewers on Monday's Special Report with Bret Baier that President Obama can no longer hide under now Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid's desk orchestrating Democratic policies by thwarting Republicans.
Krauthammer said, "Republicans are going to have a chance to show how retroactively for the last six years everything has stopped in the Senate."
Krauthammer calls New York Democratic Senator Charles Schumer’s plans to introduce amendments to the pending Keystone Pipeline bill, ridiculous and insists such tactics won’t save Democrats or the president. Schumer admits that even with these amendments, Obama is still expected to veto the legislation.
"He's going to be exposed," Krauthammer said "because he's going to have to exercise the veto and the days of hiding under Harry Reid's desk are over."