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Social Says Mick Mulvaney Is Muzzling Consumer Watchdog

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Last year the founding director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Richard Cordray, got tired of taking flack from Congress and dodging insults from the White House and stepped down to run for governor of Ohio. That gave President Trump a chance to install Mick Mulvaney, whose main job is running the Office of Management & Budget, as acting director the CFPB. The appointment was widely seen as a move designed to neuter the agency, which has been standing up for the little guy against banks and credit-card companies since its creation in 2012. More than once, Mulvaney has said that the bureau's powers are "excessive and unchecked," and according to NPR, has not directed a single enforcement action since taking over. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), who first proposed the bureau in 2007, took Mulvaney to task a hearing of the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday. "You are hurting real people to score cheap political points," Warren told Mulvaney, citing the $12 billion the CFPB has returned to cheated consumers since its creation. Warren said that most of those consumers were students, seniors, and active-duty military, but Mulvaney has been defending his tenure. "I have not burnt the place down," Mulvaney told Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) at a House hearing earlier in the week. Social media users say he might as well have. Mulvaney gets 74 percent negatives, and one sentiment said it all: "scandal." –Hugo Guzman



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