"This is a non-traditional presidency," the Republican of Texas and a member of the GOP leadership team, ever asked about the White House bypassing Congress. "And now the President believes he does not need many advisors because he wants to do it himself."
The White House also ignored the growing concern of GOP senators about Short Trust in acting secretaries to release their office. to avoid them, so that the Senate approval process and its officials temporarily avoid nominations for their positions and be accountable for supervision.
The national old Ron Johnson, chairman of the Internal Security Committee, called it "no
" I think our system should work – with checks and balances, "said Wisconsin Johnson.
Although the Republicans admit that Democrats are approving the process, they call on the Tumpum Administration to name permanent leaders.
"The executive, after all, is for a limited time, and you want to have as much continuity as possible in management posts," said Old Mitt Romney,
"I think the acting secretary's question is problematic because it doesn't give us members have the care we need to have, ”said Shelley Moore Capito, a West Virginia Republican senior.
"I think Congress will put pressure on doing more," Colorado Republican Cory Gardner told CNN.
"I think he's trying what he thinks is a presidential attitude when many of us look at it and say that the president is doing it harder than it is," said Sen. Mike Rounds, South Dakota Republican.
Asked if it was a good idea to continue the temple city idea, said old John Kennedy: "No, not for me."
"The President decided to use a stick," said Louisiana Republican. "Finally, he may be right, but I would also try to use carrot."
Scott added: "But what I know was that I was there – I was there for the Senate for 90 days, we do not secure our wall. We have not respected our laws."
Capito, responsible for domestic security funding, said Short Step to be harder to fight against border money
"I look at my account and I go "How do we get there?" And I think this is an issue that will continue in the next funding year, and that will be a problem, "she said.
Disconnection includes candidate evaluation. Johnson said that Short decided to withdraw Vitiello's candidacy, saying that the ICE candidate had done a "really good job" for the senators who met and solved their problems.
"But you have to talk to them about their causes and causes," he added.
"I almost never had a president who called me a mobile phone," said Senate Chuck Grassley. Chairman of the Finance Committee. "And this president has invited me to my mobile phone very much."
CNN Devan Cole Contributed to this Report