Bankers find the head of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency "refreshing."
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It seemed like the Treasury Secretary doth protest a bit too much as a Shakespearean drama unfolded at a July 27th meeting
Joseph Otting signed legal papers admitting the bank he ran forged documents to push Americans out of their homes. He also bought a mansion.
The Senate voted 53-47.
She and Sen. Sherrod Brown said they're pretty sure Republicans will back treasury nominee Steve Mnuchin anyway because they fear Trump.
The peoples' representatives give another Wall Street elite a pass.
Foreclosure questions didn’t stick.
“Since I was first nominated to serve as Treasury Secretary, I have been maligned as taking advantage of others’ hardships."
At the height of the housing crisis, Mnuchin got rich throwing tens of thousands of working people out of their homes.