Paul Ryan: Working with Obama on immigration 'not in the cards'

Newly elected House Speaker Paul Ryan says he doesn't see a way the Republican-controlled Congress can cooperate with President Obama on reforming U.S. immigration policy.

Ryan appeared Sunday on CBS News' "Face the Nation," and the first question out of the gate from host John Dickerson was about his plans to tackle the country's long-standing immigration issues.

"Look, I think it would be a ridiculous notion to try and work on an issue like this with a president we simply cannot trust on this issue," said Ryan. "He tried to go it alone, circumventing the legislative process with his executive orders so that is not in the cards."

A consensus is possible, Ryan added, on border security and interior enforcement.