It won’t be under the Executive*, per NPR.
What will it be under, then? The only other branches of government are the Legislative and the Judicial.
Will it be a fourth branch of government? (Joke)
If it was in the Cabinet, would the President have to have the “advise and consent of the Senate” to nominate the person?
The reason for it not to be under the White House is that it preserves the independence and credibility of the office, and removes it from politics, right?
*I swear that was the wording on the radio this PM. Another time they said it won’t be under the White House.
I really am puzzled, this is intended as a factual question, and why didn’t NPR know where it will be as opposed to where it won’t be?