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When can the president appoint people without the approval of anyone else?

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2012-01-06 22:59:31
2012-01-06 22:59:31

during the Recess of the Senate
The president can appoint anybody without anyone's approval because it is one of their privaleges as president. They get to carry out certain duties and this is one pf them

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When can the president appoint people without approval by anyone else? When can the president appoint people without approval by anyone else?



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