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Rapaport, Lauren2/14/2020PHH Corporations v. CFPBCase BriefThe issue is whether the for-cause restriction impermissibly burdens the President’s Article II powers.Article II of the U.S. Constitution. permits Congress to limit the President’s power to remove high-level administrative officials through good-cause restrictions, so long as limitations does not “impermissibly burden the President’s power to control or supervise” the executive branch. The definition mentioned above is an extremely deferential standard. Additionally, Article II of the U.S. Constitution also prohibits Congress from exercising a veto power over the presidential removals. The plaintiff will try to argue the CFPB director is exercising entirely way too much authority. The CFPB director has final and sole authority to decide what rules to issue; how, when, and against whom to enforce the law; and what sanctions and penalties should be imposedon individuals who violate the law. The authority listed previously covers everything involved in