Bush defies Congress in filling defense, foreign policy posts

US President George W. Bush has defied Congress again by placing a slew of controversial political allies in key national security and foreign policy posts, circumventing the requisite approval process in the Senate. Bush resorted to the same recess appointment procedure he used in August to install John Bolton as US ambassador to the

United Nations, despite Capitol Hill’s strong opposition to the nominee. Full Story

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