I'm inclined to call this one for the president, but it's debatable, which means that Crowley should have let them, er, debate it.
Whether or not this is a good thing is debatable, which is precisely the point.
Some people may have thought that was worth the trade off; That's a debatable point.
1530s (late 15c. in Anglo-Latin), from Old French debatable (Modern French débattable), from debatre (see debate (v.)). Earliest references were to lands claimed by two nations; general sense is from 1580s.