Bypassing Congress, Bush Names Bolton U.N. Envoy
President Bush names John Bolton as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, a congressional recess appointment that underlines the president's frustration with the reluctance of lawmakers to confirm the nominee. Bolton can now serve 17 months, until the end of the current Congress. Democrats say the move sends Bolton off on the wrong foot.
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