Democrats continue their efforts to challenge president-elect Donald Trump's legitimacy.
Representative John Lewis (D-GA) started off the week telling "Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd he did not see Trump as a "legitimate president."
In response, Trump Tweeted that Lewis should be "helping and fixing" his district and that he was "All talk, talk, talk - no action or results. Sad!"
Trump's comments resulted in a backlash from Lewis and his supporters.
Lewis took advantage of the situation by fundraising off of Trump's comments and has vowed not to attend this week's inauguration along with other Democrat lawmakers.
So much for President Obama's smooth transition to leave office for president-elect Donald Trump to take over.
Obama has set a precedent making things harder for Trump by throwing up roadblocks.
Since Trump's victory, the Obama administration has issued numerous regulations and the president allowed the U.N. Security Council to condemn Israeli settlements.
In a desperate attempt to save ObamaCare, the president is meeting with congressional Democrats this week to explore ways to block Republican efforts to repeal Obama's signature legislative accomplishment.
The good news is Republicans are committed to repealing ObamaCare and Obama's last-minute regulatory assault can be undone by using the Congressional Review Act.