The House Rules Committee met today to prepare a resolution that would rebuke President Obama for arranging the prisoner swap of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl for five Taliban prisoners. A vote on the resolution may take place as early as Tuesday.

The Hill reports:

The administration is required by law to notify Congress at least 30 days ahead of time before transferring prisoners housed at the Guantánamo Bay detention facility. President Obama said after the transfer took place that giving Congress a heads-up could have jeopardized the deal with the Taliban to free the American prisoner of war.

The resolution expresses “grave concern” that releasing the five senior Taliban commanders raised national security risks.

Additionally, it argues that the exchange harmed the administration’s working relationships with the legislative branch, stating that “these actions have burdened unnecessarily the trust and confidence in the commitment and ability of the Obama administration to constructively engage and work with Congress.”

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