The U.S. Senate has banned Trump to appoint officials


Departed for summer vacation, the senators banned the President of the United States to make major appointments. The rest of the members of the upper chamber will be until September.

Earlier, us leaders have enjoyed the right to appoint officials when Congress was on vacation. This kind of inter-sessional appointment in some cases, helped to circumvent the Senate, reports RIA Novosti.

Note that this week Donald trump has accused the U.S. Congress that relations between Washington and Moscow reached an “unprecedented low and dangerous level”. With the filing of Democrats and Republicans had passed a bill to expand economic, trade and financial sanctions against Russia.

“Say thank you to Congress – the same people who are unable to provide us with health insurance,” wrote the President on Twitter. He was referring to the refusal of the senators to repeal the controversial points of the program Obamacare.