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Acting AG Matthew Whitaker Will Not Recuse Himself From Russia Probe and Won’t Ap
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Isabella  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:03 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 12:54 AM)
Really? How is his appointment illegal?


George is Kellyanne Conway's husband.



Trump’s Appointment of the Acting Attorney General Is Unconstitutional
By NEAL K. KATYAL and GEORGE T. CONWAY III
5 hrs ago

"What now seems an eternity ago, the conservative law professor Steven Calabresi published an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal in May arguing that Robert Mueller’s appointment as special counsel was unconstitutional. His article got a lot of attention, and it wasn’t long before President Trump picked up the argument, tweeting that “the Appointment of the Special Counsel is totally UNCONSTITUTIONAL!”

Professor Calabresi’s article was based on the Appointments Clause of the Constitution, Article II, Section 2, Clause 2. Under that provision, so-called principal officers of the United States must be nominated by the president and confirmed by the Senate under its “Advice and Consent” powers.

He argued that Mr. Mueller was a principal officer because he is exercising significant law enforcement authority and that since he has not been confirmed by the Senate, his appointment was unconstitutional. As one of us argued at the time, he was wrong. What makes an officer a principal officer is that he or she reports only to the president. No one else in government is that person’s boss. But Mr. Mueller reports to Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general. So, Mr. Mueller is what is known as an inferior officer, not a principal one, and his appointment without Senate approval was valid.

But Professor Calabresi and the president were right about the core principle. A principal officer must be confirmed by the Senate. And that has a very, very significant consequence today.

It means that President Trump’s installation of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general of the United States after forcing the resignation of Jeff Sessions is unconstitutional. It’s illegal. And it means that anything Mr. Whitaker does, or tries to do, in that position is invalid.

Much of the commentary about Mr. Whitaker’s appointment has focused on all sorts of technical points about the Vacancies Reform Act and Justice Department succession statutes. But the flaw in the appointment of Mr. Whitaker, who was Mr. Sessions’s chief of staff at the Justice Department, runs much deeper. It defies one of the explicit checks and balances set out in the Constitution, a provision designed to protect us all against the centralization of government power.

If you don’t believe us, then take it from Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, whom President Trump once called his “favorite” sitting justice. Last year, the Supreme Court examined the question of whether the general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board had been lawfully appointed to his job without Senate confirmation. The Supreme Court held the appointment invalid on a statutory ground.

Justice Thomas agreed with the judgment, but wrote separately to emphasize that even if the statute had allowed the appointment, the Constitution’s Appointments Clause would not have. The officer in question was a principal officer, he concluded. And the public interest protected by the Appointments Clause was a critical one: The Constitution’s drafters, Justice Thomas argued, “recognized the serious risk for abuse and corruption posed by permitting one person to fill every office in the government.” Which is why, he pointed out, the framers provided for advice and consent of the Senate.

What goes for a mere lawyer at the N.L.R.B. goes in spades for the attorney general of the United States, the head of the Justice Department and one of the most important people in the federal government. It is one thing to appoint an acting underling, like an acting solicitor general, a post one of us held. But those officials are always supervised by higher-ups; in the case of the solicitor general, by the attorney general and deputy attorney general, both confirmed by the Senate.

Mr. Whitaker has not been named to some junior post one or two levels below the Justice Department’s top job. He has now been vested with the law enforcement authority of the entire United States government, including the power to supervise Senate-confirmed officials like the deputy attorney general, the solicitor general and all United States attorneys.

We cannot tolerate such an evasion of the Constitution’s very explicit, textually precise design. Senate confirmation exists for a simple, and good, reason. Constitutionally, Matthew Whitaker is a nobody. His job as Mr. Sessions’s chief of staff did not require Senate confirmation. (Yes, he was confirmed as a federal prosecutor in Iowa, in 2004, but President Trump can’t cut and paste that old, lapsed confirmation to today.) For the president to install Mr. Whitaker as our chief law enforcement officer is to betray the entire structure of our charter document.

In times of crisis, interim appointments need to be made. Cabinet officials die, and wars and other tragic events occur. It is very difficult to see how the current situation comports with those situations. And even if it did, there are officials readily at hand, including the deputy attorney general and the solicitor general, who were nominated by President Trump and confirmed by the Senate. Either could step in as acting attorney general, both constitutionally and statutorily.

Because Mr. Whitaker has not undergone the process of Senate confirmation, there has been no mechanism for scrutinizing whether he has the character and ability to evenhandedly enforce the law in such a position of grave responsibility. The public is entitled to that assurance, especially since Mr. Whitaker’s only supervisor is President Trump himself, and the president is hopelessly compromised by the Mueller investigation. That is why adherence to the requirements of the Appointments Clause is so important here, and always."


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Couldn't care less about Kellyanne Conway's husband's OPINION on anything.

Acting AG Whitaker is appointed by the President. He is the ACTING AG, temporarily until a new AG is appointed and confirmed.

With a new Senate majority, that will not be difficult.

Rofl
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:15 AM)
Sessions refused to release info on HILLARY, Obama, Bill,
and others that willfully broke the law and may have actually
committed treason!

Because Jeff Sessions loves this country and thought there
was some other way to put a stop to all this insanity and bickering.

TRUMP is risking it, so he got rid of Jeff and is going with someone
that will release all the Steele and FISA evidence.

It really is as simple as that!
Trump will end the RUSSIA PROBE By Exposing all the CRIME
and Starting an ACTUAL TRIAL For "HIGH TREASON!"

Please remember HIGH TREASON only has one PUNISHMENT!
And its Not PRISON!

Oh Look.

Rodhams law

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RE: Acting AG Matthew Whitaker Will Not Recuse Himself From Russia Probe and Won’t Ap
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:16 AM)
Isabella  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:03 AM)
George is Kellyanne Conway's husband.



Trump’s Appointment of the Acting Attorney General Is Unconstitutional
By NEAL K. KATYAL and GEORGE T. CONWAY III
5 hrs ago

"What now seems an eternity ago, the conservative law professor Steven Calabresi published an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal in May arguing that Robert Mueller’s appointment as special counsel was unconstitutional. His article got a lot of attention, and it wasn’t long before President Trump picked up the argument, tweeting that “the Appointment of the Special Counsel is totally UNCONSTITUTIONAL!”

Professor Calabresi’s article was based on the Appointments Clause of the Constitution, Article II, Section 2, Clause 2. Under that provision, so-called principal officers of the United States must be nominated by the president and confirmed by the Senate under its “Advice and Consent” powers.

He argued that Mr. Mueller was a principal officer because he is exercising significant law enforcement authority and that since he has not been confirmed by the Senate, his appointment was unconstitutional. As one of us argued at the time, he was wrong. What makes an officer a principal officer is that he or she reports only to the president. No one else in government is that person’s boss. But Mr. Mueller reports to Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general. So, Mr. Mueller is what is known as an inferior officer, not a principal one, and his appointment without Senate approval was valid.

But Professor Calabresi and the president were right about the core principle. A principal officer must be confirmed by the Senate. And that has a very, very significant consequence today.

It means that President Trump’s installation of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general of the United States after forcing the resignation of Jeff Sessions is unconstitutional. It’s illegal. And it means that anything Mr. Whitaker does, or tries to do, in that position is invalid.

Much of the commentary about Mr. Whitaker’s appointment has focused on all sorts of technical points about the Vacancies Reform Act and Justice Department succession statutes. But the flaw in the appointment of Mr. Whitaker, who was Mr. Sessions’s chief of staff at the Justice Department, runs much deeper. It defies one of the explicit checks and balances set out in the Constitution, a provision designed to protect us all against the centralization of government power.

If you don’t believe us, then take it from Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, whom President Trump once called his “favorite” sitting justice. Last year, the Supreme Court examined the question of whether the general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board had been lawfully appointed to his job without Senate confirmation. The Supreme Court held the appointment invalid on a statutory ground.

Justice Thomas agreed with the judgment, but wrote separately to emphasize that even if the statute had allowed the appointment, the Constitution’s Appointments Clause would not have. The officer in question was a principal officer, he concluded. And the public interest protected by the Appointments Clause was a critical one: The Constitution’s drafters, Justice Thomas argued, “recognized the serious risk for abuse and corruption posed by permitting one person to fill every office in the government.” Which is why, he pointed out, the framers provided for advice and consent of the Senate.

What goes for a mere lawyer at the N.L.R.B. goes in spades for the attorney general of the United States, the head of the Justice Department and one of the most important people in the federal government. It is one thing to appoint an acting underling, like an acting solicitor general, a post one of us held. But those officials are always supervised by higher-ups; in the case of the solicitor general, by the attorney general and deputy attorney general, both confirmed by the Senate.

Mr. Whitaker has not been named to some junior post one or two levels below the Justice Department’s top job. He has now been vested with the law enforcement authority of the entire United States government, including the power to supervise Senate-confirmed officials like the deputy attorney general, the solicitor general and all United States attorneys.

We cannot tolerate such an evasion of the Constitution’s very explicit, textually precise design. Senate confirmation exists for a simple, and good, reason. Constitutionally, Matthew Whitaker is a nobody. His job as Mr. Sessions’s chief of staff did not require Senate confirmation. (Yes, he was confirmed as a federal prosecutor in Iowa, in 2004, but President Trump can’t cut and paste that old, lapsed confirmation to today.) For the president to install Mr. Whitaker as our chief law enforcement officer is to betray the entire structure of our charter document.

In times of crisis, interim appointments need to be made. Cabinet officials die, and wars and other tragic events occur. It is very difficult to see how the current situation comports with those situations. And even if it did, there are officials readily at hand, including the deputy attorney general and the solicitor general, who were nominated by President Trump and confirmed by the Senate. Either could step in as acting attorney general, both constitutionally and statutorily.

Because Mr. Whitaker has not undergone the process of Senate confirmation, there has been no mechanism for scrutinizing whether he has the character and ability to evenhandedly enforce the law in such a position of grave responsibility. The public is entitled to that assurance, especially since Mr. Whitaker’s only supervisor is President Trump himself, and the president is hopelessly compromised by the Mueller investigation. That is why adherence to the requirements of the Appointments Clause is so important here, and always."


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https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/opinion/t...li=BBnb7Kz

Couldn't care less about Kellyanne Conway's husband's OPINION on anything.

Acting AG Whitaker is appointed by the President. He is the ACTING AG, temporarily until a new AG is appointed and confirmed.

With a new Senate majority, that will not be difficult.

Rofl

Nope. Federal law prohibits. His wittle boy is in deep sh*t.

Now he has another item to add to his impeachment.

Ps. You do know the GOP already controls the senate. Your position had a foundational flaw.

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Oh look Broken mechanical phonograph cylinder
regurgitating useless internet insults.
chuckle
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:21 AM)
Oh look Broken mechanical phonograph cylinder
regurgitating useless internet insults.
chuckle

That's boring compared to the GOP lugenpress.

I love how I see right though themthemall. They're not even trying anymore.

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Pfff, ArrogantPrick is going to Air His Prickishness!
Brilliant Assertion!

I will sit back and wait to see what actually happens in the real world!
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:15 AM)
Sessions refused to release info on HILLARY, Obama, Bill,
and others that willfully broke the law and may have actually
committed treason!

Because Jeff Sessions loves this country and thought there
was some other way to put a stop to all this insanity and bickering.

TRUMP is risking it, so he got rid of Jeff and is going with someone
that will release all the Steele and FISA evidence.

It really is as simple as that!
Trump will end the RUSSIA PROBE By Exposing all the CRIME
and Starting an ACTUAL TRIAL For "HIGH TREASON!"

Please remember HIGH TREASON only has one PUNISHMENT!
And its Not PRISON!

ffs, Trump doesn't need squat to release anything, he has the power to release anything that he damn pleases.
He also has the power to retract it when he says he is going to release the Steele findings, which he did.Rofl

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Its Only Day 2 After MidTerms.
Wait For it! The SHITSTORM is Brewing!
Just a few more days!
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:16 AM)
Isabella  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:03 AM)
George is Kellyanne Conway's husband.



Trump’s Appointment of the Acting Attorney General Is Unconstitutional
By NEAL K. KATYAL and GEORGE T. CONWAY III
5 hrs ago

"What now seems an eternity ago, the conservative law professor Steven Calabresi published an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal in May arguing that Robert Mueller’s appointment as special counsel was unconstitutional. His article got a lot of attention, and it wasn’t long before President Trump picked up the argument, tweeting that “the Appointment of the Special Counsel is totally UNCONSTITUTIONAL!”

Professor Calabresi’s article was based on the Appointments Clause of the Constitution, Article II, Section 2, Clause 2. Under that provision, so-called principal officers of the United States must be nominated by the president and confirmed by the Senate under its “Advice and Consent” powers.

He argued that Mr. Mueller was a principal officer because he is exercising significant law enforcement authority and that since he has not been confirmed by the Senate, his appointment was unconstitutional. As one of us argued at the time, he was wrong. What makes an officer a principal officer is that he or she reports only to the president. No one else in government is that person’s boss. But Mr. Mueller reports to Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general. So, Mr. Mueller is what is known as an inferior officer, not a principal one, and his appointment without Senate approval was valid.

But Professor Calabresi and the president were right about the core principle. A principal officer must be confirmed by the Senate. And that has a very, very significant consequence today.

It means that President Trump’s installation of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general of the United States after forcing the resignation of Jeff Sessions is unconstitutional. It’s illegal. And it means that anything Mr. Whitaker does, or tries to do, in that position is invalid.

Much of the commentary about Mr. Whitaker’s appointment has focused on all sorts of technical points about the Vacancies Reform Act and Justice Department succession statutes. But the flaw in the appointment of Mr. Whitaker, who was Mr. Sessions’s chief of staff at the Justice Department, runs much deeper. It defies one of the explicit checks and balances set out in the Constitution, a provision designed to protect us all against the centralization of government power.

If you don’t believe us, then take it from Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, whom President Trump once called his “favorite” sitting justice. Last year, the Supreme Court examined the question of whether the general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board had been lawfully appointed to his job without Senate confirmation. The Supreme Court held the appointment invalid on a statutory ground.

Justice Thomas agreed with the judgment, but wrote separately to emphasize that even if the statute had allowed the appointment, the Constitution’s Appointments Clause would not have. The officer in question was a principal officer, he concluded. And the public interest protected by the Appointments Clause was a critical one: The Constitution’s drafters, Justice Thomas argued, “recognized the serious risk for abuse and corruption posed by permitting one person to fill every office in the government.” Which is why, he pointed out, the framers provided for advice and consent of the Senate.

What goes for a mere lawyer at the N.L.R.B. goes in spades for the attorney general of the United States, the head of the Justice Department and one of the most important people in the federal government. It is one thing to appoint an acting underling, like an acting solicitor general, a post one of us held. But those officials are always supervised by higher-ups; in the case of the solicitor general, by the attorney general and deputy attorney general, both confirmed by the Senate.

Mr. Whitaker has not been named to some junior post one or two levels below the Justice Department’s top job. He has now been vested with the law enforcement authority of the entire United States government, including the power to supervise Senate-confirmed officials like the deputy attorney general, the solicitor general and all United States attorneys.

We cannot tolerate such an evasion of the Constitution’s very explicit, textually precise design. Senate confirmation exists for a simple, and good, reason. Constitutionally, Matthew Whitaker is a nobody. His job as Mr. Sessions’s chief of staff did not require Senate confirmation. (Yes, he was confirmed as a federal prosecutor in Iowa, in 2004, but President Trump can’t cut and paste that old, lapsed confirmation to today.) For the president to install Mr. Whitaker as our chief law enforcement officer is to betray the entire structure of our charter document.

In times of crisis, interim appointments need to be made. Cabinet officials die, and wars and other tragic events occur. It is very difficult to see how the current situation comports with those situations. And even if it did, there are officials readily at hand, including the deputy attorney general and the solicitor general, who were nominated by President Trump and confirmed by the Senate. Either could step in as acting attorney general, both constitutionally and statutorily.

Because Mr. Whitaker has not undergone the process of Senate confirmation, there has been no mechanism for scrutinizing whether he has the character and ability to evenhandedly enforce the law in such a position of grave responsibility. The public is entitled to that assurance, especially since Mr. Whitaker’s only supervisor is President Trump himself, and the president is hopelessly compromised by the Mueller investigation. That is why adherence to the requirements of the Appointments Clause is so important here, and always."


more
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/opinion/t...li=BBnb7Kz

Couldn't care less about Kellyanne Conway's husband's OPINION on anything.

Acting AG Whitaker is appointed by the President. He is the ACTING AG, temporarily until a new AG is appointed and confirmed.

With a new Senate majority, that will not be difficult.

Rofl

Jptdknpa Are all of your relies so off topic and ludicrous?

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:25 AM)
Pfff, ArrogantPrick is going to Air His Prickishness!
Brilliant Assertion!

I will sit back and wait to see what actually happens in the real world!

Yummy adhoms!

Your trump tears are delicious. Give me some more.

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:06 AM)
Sessions laid down the mine field. His job is done. Well done. Whitaker will deliver the underacted FISA. Huber takes it from there. Let em bit*h, let em moan. There's nothing they can do to stop this. Do your bar shootings, start your fires, gin up Antifa. MEH. If you committed treason you're going down for the count.

Rosenstein, don't hear much from him these days. Mueller is now wrapping up. How's that Uranium deal tasting now. I believe that's treason.
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Isabella  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:30 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:16 AM)
Couldn't care less about Kellyanne Conway's husband's OPINION on anything.

Acting AG Whitaker is appointed by the President. He is the ACTING AG, temporarily until a new AG is appointed and confirmed.

With a new Senate majority, that will not be difficult.

Rofl

Jptdknpa Are all of your relies so off topic and ludicrous?

Their whole propaganda apparatus depends on Rodhams law combined with illiteracy. It's hysterical.

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:15 AM)
Sessions refused to release info on HILLARY, Obama, Bill,
and others that willfully broke the law and may have actually
committed treason!

Because Jeff Sessions loves this country and thought there
was some other way to put a stop to all this insanity and bickering.

TRUMP is risking it, so he got rid of Jeff and is going with someone
that will release all the Steele and FISA evidence.

It really is as simple as that!
Trump will end the RUSSIA PROBE By Exposing all the CRIME
and Starting an ACTUAL TRIAL For "HIGH TREASON!"

Please remember HIGH TREASON only has one PUNISHMENT!
And its Not PRISON!



^ DROOLING RETARD ALERT
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:32 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:06 AM)
Sessions laid down the mine field. His job is done. Well done. Whitaker will deliver the underacted FISA. Huber takes it from there. Let em bit*h, let em moan. There's nothing they can do to stop this. Do your bar shootings, start your fires, gin up Antifa. MEH. If you committed treason you're going down for the count.

Rosenstein, don't hear much from him these days. Mueller is now wrapping up. How's that Uranium deal tasting now. I believe that's treason.

lol that's what I love about you trumptards.
delusional and funny as f*#k chuckle
Carry on
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:36 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:15 AM)
Sessions refused to release info on HILLARY, Obama, Bill,
and others that willfully broke the law and may have actually
committed treason!

Because Jeff Sessions loves this country and thought there
was some other way to put a stop to all this insanity and bickering.

TRUMP is risking it, so he got rid of Jeff and is going with someone
that will release all the Steele and FISA evidence.

It really is as simple as that!
Trump will end the RUSSIA PROBE By Exposing all the CRIME
and Starting an ACTUAL TRIAL For "HIGH TREASON!"

Please remember HIGH TREASON only has one PUNISHMENT!
And its Not PRISON!



^ DROOLING RETARD ALERT

I wonder if some of them fap to hrc p0rn photoshops. It has to be a sexual obsession.

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