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In a move that defies six months of Senate Republican opposition, President Barack Obama has appointed former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray as chief of the government’s new watchdog office — the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

This, despite the fact that the Senate isn’t technically in session. Obama made the Senate-sidestepping announcement Wednesday morning in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio — a key swing state.

To hear more about President Obama’s appearance, check out the video below.

http://www.newsy.com/embed-video/10484/

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