A posting by President Donald J. Trump to his Twitter account was cited in a federal lawsuit over control of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

The case was filed by Leandra English, the former chief of staff for Richard Cordray who was appointed by the outgoing director as deputy director on his way out the door.

English claims that she — and not Trump’s acting director appointee — is the rightful chief of the CFPB until a permanent director is confirmed by the Senate to replace Cordray.

Source: Mortgage Daily