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This one is going to be interesting:

Friday:

Attorney General Barr requests the immediate resignation of
Manhattan's chief federal prosecutor Geoffrey Berman and
announces the resignation.

Friday night:

Berman basically tells Barr to "stuff it", saying he has
not resigned and has no intention of resigning until his
presidentially-appointed nominee is confirmed by the Senate.

Saturday:

Trump to Berman: "You're fired".

The legal tangle:

As POTUS, Trump has all the authority required to fire
a federal prosecutor. Legal scholars agree.

However he can't permanently replace the prosecutor unless
his nominee is approved by the Senate.

Here's the problem:

Trump never appointed Berman. Jeff Sessions appointed
Berman as the *interim* southern NY federal prosecutor
but Trump, Sessions and Co. never followed up to have his
appointment confirmed by the Senate.

After 120 days he was appointed to the position by the
federal judges in New York’s Southern District.

So, who can fire him?



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On 6/20/2020 5:01 PM, RCE wrote:

This one is going to be interesting:

Friday:

Attorney General Barr requests the immediate resignation of
Manhattan's chief federal prosecutor Geoffrey Berman and
announces the resignation.

Friday night:

Berman basically tells Barr to "stuff it", saying he has
not resigned and has no intention of resigning until his
presidentially-appointed nominee is confirmed by the Senate.

Saturday:

Trump to Berman:* "You're fired".

The legal tangle:

As POTUS, Trump has all the authority required to fire
a federal prosecutor.* Legal scholars agree.

However he can't permanently replace the prosecutor unless
his nominee is approved by the Senate.

Here's the problem:

Trump never appointed Berman.* Jeff Sessions appointed
Berman as the *interim** southern NY federal prosecutor
but Trump, Sessions and Co. never followed up to have his
appointment confirmed by the Senate.

After 120 days he was appointed to the position by the
federal judges in New York’s Southern District.

So, who can fire him?





That bait should have immediately caught a whale!

Where has the whale gone? Anybody heard from him
lately?





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On Sat, 20 Jun 2020 17:05:50 -0400, RCE wrote:

On 6/20/2020 5:01 PM, RCE wrote:

This one is going to be interesting:

Friday:

Attorney General Barr requests the immediate resignation of
Manhattan's chief federal prosecutor Geoffrey Berman and
announces the resignation.

Friday night:

Berman basically tells Barr to "stuff it", saying he has
not resigned and has no intention of resigning until his
presidentially-appointed nominee is confirmed by the Senate.

Saturday:

Trump to Berman:* "You're fired".

The legal tangle:

As POTUS, Trump has all the authority required to fire
a federal prosecutor.* Legal scholars agree.

However he can't permanently replace the prosecutor unless
his nominee is approved by the Senate.

Here's the problem:

Trump never appointed Berman.* Jeff Sessions appointed
Berman as the *interim** southern NY federal prosecutor
but Trump, Sessions and Co. never followed up to have his
appointment confirmed by the Senate.

After 120 days he was appointed to the position by the
federal judges in New Yorks Southern District.

So, who can fire him?





That bait should have immediately caught a whale!

Where has the whale gone? Anybody heard from him
lately?


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Totally MIA, very unusual.

Perhaps debtors prison has lost their internet service? Or. maybe the
Dr Dr got tired of having her credit rating destroyed and evicted him?
The possibilities are endless. Hope his health is OK but that's not
guaranteed.

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On 6/20/2020 5:01 PM, RCE wrote: This one is going to be interesting: Friday: Attorney General Barr requests the immediate resignation of Manhattan's chief federal prosecutor Geoffrey Berman and announces the resignation. Friday night: Berman basically tells Barr to "stuff it", saying he has not resigned and has no intention of resigning until his presidentially-appointed nominee is confirmed by the Senate. Saturday: Trump to Berman: "You're fired". The legal tangle: As POTUS, Trump has all the authority required to fire a federal prosecutor. Legal scholars agree. However he can't permanently replace the prosecutor unless his nominee is approved by the Senate. Here's the problem: Trump never appointed Berman. Jeff Sessions appointed Berman as the *interim* southern NY federal prosecutor but Trump, Sessions and Co. never followed up to have his appointment confirmed by the Senate. After 120 days he was appointed to the position by the federal judges in New York?s Southern District. So, who can fire him? That bait should have immediately caught a whale!Where has the whale gone? Anybody heard from himlately?-- This email has been checked for viruses by AVG.https://www.avg.com


My theory is he got his court date postponed because he's in bed
on a ventilator. I'd offer up a prayer for him but since he
doesn't believe in that sort of thing, I'll just say good luck
Fat Harry. The loan company may never see the money he owes them.
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On 6/20/2020 5:01 PM, RCE wrote:

This one is going to be interesting:

Friday:

Attorney General Barr requests the immediate resignation of
Manhattan's chief federal prosecutor Geoffrey Berman and
announces the resignation.

Friday night:

Berman basically tells Barr to "stuff it", saying he has
not resigned and has no intention of resigning until his
presidentially-appointed nominee is confirmed by the Senate.

Saturday:

Trump to Berman:* "You're fired".

The legal tangle:

As POTUS, Trump has all the authority required to fire
a federal prosecutor.* Legal scholars agree.

However he can't permanently replace the prosecutor unless
his nominee is approved by the Senate.

Here's the problem:

Trump never appointed Berman.* Jeff Sessions appointed
Berman as the *interim** southern NY federal prosecutor
but Trump, Sessions and Co. never followed up to have his
appointment confirmed by the Senate.

After 120 days he was appointed to the position by the
federal judges in New York’s Southern District.

So, who can fire him?



Update: Now Berman has changed his mind and has
resigned. Apparently he approves of his
temporary replacement.



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On Sat, 20 Jun 2020 18:24:42 -0400, RCE wrote:

On 6/20/2020 5:01 PM, RCE wrote:

This one is going to be interesting:

Friday:

Attorney General Barr requests the immediate resignation of
Manhattan's chief federal prosecutor Geoffrey Berman and
announces the resignation.

Friday night:

Berman basically tells Barr to "stuff it", saying he has
not resigned and has no intention of resigning until his
presidentially-appointed nominee is confirmed by the Senate.

Saturday:

Trump to Berman:* "You're fired".

The legal tangle:

As POTUS, Trump has all the authority required to fire
a federal prosecutor.* Legal scholars agree.

However he can't permanently replace the prosecutor unless
his nominee is approved by the Senate.

Here's the problem:

Trump never appointed Berman.* Jeff Sessions appointed
Berman as the *interim** southern NY federal prosecutor
but Trump, Sessions and Co. never followed up to have his
appointment confirmed by the Senate.

After 120 days he was appointed to the position by the
federal judges in New Yorks Southern District.

So, who can fire him?



Update: Now Berman has changed his mind and has
resigned. Apparently he approves of his
temporary replacement.


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Or someone made him an offer he couldn't refuse.

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On Sun, 21 Jun 2020 01:09:59 -0400,
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On Sat, 20 Jun 2020 18:24:42 -0400, RCE wrote:

On 6/20/2020 5:01 PM, RCE wrote:

This one is going to be interesting:

Friday:

Attorney General Barr requests the immediate resignation of
Manhattan's chief federal prosecutor Geoffrey Berman and
announces the resignation.

Friday night:

Berman basically tells Barr to "stuff it", saying he has
not resigned and has no intention of resigning until his
presidentially-appointed nominee is confirmed by the Senate.

Saturday:

Trump to Berman:* "You're fired".

The legal tangle:

As POTUS, Trump has all the authority required to fire
a federal prosecutor.* Legal scholars agree.

However he can't permanently replace the prosecutor unless
his nominee is approved by the Senate.

Here's the problem:

Trump never appointed Berman.* Jeff Sessions appointed
Berman as the *interim** southern NY federal prosecutor
but Trump, Sessions and Co. never followed up to have his
appointment confirmed by the Senate.

After 120 days he was appointed to the position by the
federal judges in New York’s Southern District.

So, who can fire him?



Update: Now Berman has changed his mind and has
resigned. Apparently he approves of his
temporary replacement.


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Or someone made him an offer he couldn't refuse.


Something like "Get out or the US Marshals will throw you out".
Anyone who thought the president couldn't fire anyone in the executive
branch needs a little constitutional tune up.


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