DOJ Deals A Huge Blow To Liberals!

Trump wins and the liberals suffer another defeat. This time the fight that the libs wanted to pick was who would be the next head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The current director has resigned. It only makes sense that the President would be allowed to appoint the next director. The President picks Mike Mulvaney.

In the meantime, the Democrats had an “understanding” that the next director would be the current assistant director, who by the way, is an Obama appointee. Beep! Thanks for playing Democrats, but according to the Department of Justice, the president of the United States has that power, not something you thought would happen.

You may also want to read this to see where the CFPB came from and why it has turned into a drag upon our economy. You will also see why the Democrats want to be in control of it with a libtard at the helm.

As Written By Alex Pfeiffer for the Daily Caller:

President Donald Trump is allowed to appoint budget director Mick Mulvaney as head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, according to the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel.

Several Democratic lawmakers had contented that the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act would mean that the CFPB’s deputy director would serve as the agency’s interim leader in the wake of Richard Cordray’s resignation.

Matt House, spokesman for Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer told The Intercept that it’s Schumer’s view that the deputy director would lead the agency instead of Trump’s pick. “And we’ve been in conversations with the offices of Sens. Brown and Warren on exploring ways to ensure the line of succession, as drawn up in law, is adhered to.”

However, the OLC opinion released Saturday said that the Federal Vacancies Reform Act does allow Trump to appoint Mulvaney — who has supported eliminating the CFPB — as its acting director…..

KEEP READING THERE IS MORE HERE:

DOJ Okays Mulvaney CFPB Appointment | The Daily Caller

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