Obama’s Recess Appointment Concerns Senator Vitter
The President's latest recess appointment has Senator David Vitter concerned.
Obama made Richard Cordray head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau during what a time when Vitter says Congress was "not truly in recess." Vitter says Obama's appointment is unprecedented and troubling. He says the move by the President proves that the agency Cordray will head up "was designed to be unaccountable to anyone."