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Reality Check: Did President Obama defy the constitution with his 'recess' appointment?

(FOX19) - Thursday, the Justice Department made its legal opinion known that President Barack Obama's controversial recess appointments last week are constitutional.

But not everyone agrees.  Congressional Republicans say the President has once again over stepped his bounds.

So who has the constitution on their side?

Ben has the Reality Check.

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