Can the president impeach a law that the congress passes?

THe President can veto a bill before it becomes a law. Once a bill becomes law, the President can not changeit. However, at the risk of being impeached, he can refuse to enforce it, or enforce it selectively, enforcing only the parts he likes, the way that Obama treats the immigration laws.
THe President can veto a bill before it becomes a law. Once a bill becomes law, the President can not changeit. However, at the risk of being impeached, he can refuse to enforce it, or enforce it selectively, enforcing only the parts he likes, the way that Obama treats the immigration laws.