World News' Diane Sawyer on Wednesday hailed a questionably legal recess appointment by Barack Obama, praising the incoming arrival of a "consumer champion" who will "help" Americans with their financial problems. The program offered no skepticism as to whether a new, unrestrained bureau could harm businesses in America.
Sawyer teased the program, "Consumer champion. Can this brand new man in town help you with your mortgage, your car loan, your credit cards?" [MP3 audio here .] Instead of any questions about the bureau, reporter Cecila Vega featured Pamela Banks of the Consumer Union , a group that supported  the recess appointment of Richard Cordray.