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The long list includes presidential appointees, ambassadors and judicial nominations, many of them for senior positions just shy of Cabinet-level roles.
Other nominees have caused consternation among those who favor strong financial regulation, including various appointees from the powerful money manager BlackRock.
THE RETURN OF THE REGULATORSBY JESSE EISINGERFEBRUARY 2, 2021PROPUBLICA
That same day, House Republicans began moving to impeach Johnson for violating the Tenure of Office Act, which barred the dismissal of federal appointees without Congress’s approval.
It’s unclear if the new appointee will take over the chair position from Rosenworcel after the approval process.
At the moment, after the dismantling of Senate filibuster rules that cover nominations, Democrats can confirm any judge or political appointee without a single Republican vote.
He will also swear in day one appointees in a virtual ceremony.
A HISTORIC INAUGURATION DAYSTEVEN PSYLLOSJANUARY 20, 2021ESSENCE.COM
In other words, he’d substitute the judgment of free American citizens who are subject to market forces with the judgment of political appointees subject to partisan pressure.
Pack has swept aside longtime managers at VOA and related agencies such as Radio Free Europe and replaced them with his own appointees.
In addition, new appointees at the Federal Reserve are likely to pursue expansionary monetary policy for a longer period, which should keep interest rates stable over the next few years.
He has also claimed the right to ignore a rule that keeps political appointees like himself from interfering in editorial matters.

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