Klukowski: The Legal Case for Matthew Whitaker’s Appointment as Acting Attorney General

The U.S. Intelligence Community

It is hard to see how arguments that President Trump cannot appoint Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general, because even temporary top positions must be Senate-confirmed, could be correct. Otherwise the Constitution could deprive the nation of a functioning government every time a new party wins the presidency while the opposition party holds the Senate.

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