There isn't an industry more predatory and in need of consumer protection than the payday lending industry. So of course, Mick Mulvaney helps them out.
Putting Mick Mulvaney in charge of the CFPB has been great for big business, but really bad for the Americans it's designed to protect.
Hey Goldman Sachs, wanna donut? How about a "get out of regulations" free card?
You can always count on a former Wall Street trader to blame the global financial collapse on the U.S. government instead of the real culprits.
The former Trump operative tells Fox News that the CFPB had done nothing to help consumers without giving any examples and then blamed the housing crises on the U.S. government.
Frank says the statute was written specifically to protect the consumer bureau from political interference.
Fox Portrays Putting Mulvaney In Charge Of Consumer Protection Agency He Wants To Destroy As 'Draining The Swamp'
It's upside-down land once again over on state -run television.
Fox & Friends co-hosts Pete Hegseth, Lisa Boothe and Griff Jenkins portray putting the fox in charge of the hen house as "draining the swamp."
Yes, they will destroy that which they hate. And it gets Mulvaney out of the budget office as an added bonus!
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, created in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, has been remarkably effective at reining in lawless banks. How effective? So much so, that Republicans now target the agency for destruction.