Andrew Saul, Social Security Commissioner, appointed by President Trump in 2019, was fired by President Biden on Friday. The move from President Biden came after Saul had refused a request to resign. Saul’s term at the agency was supposed to last until 2025. The SSA is an independent agency, and the leadership does not typically change with a new administration. Yet, Saul had alienated crucial Democratic constituencies with policies, limited benefits and an anti-union stance. Saul’s deputy, David Black, resigned upon request on Friday. Biden’s move also came after a recent Supreme Court ruling and memo from the Justice Department […]
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