Trump appointee Mick Mulvaney famously slandered the CFPB as a ‘sick, sad’ joke – but today, the joke is on him. That’s right: I’ll be on Capitol Hill today to welcome Mulvaney to his first-ever Senate hearing as Acting Director of the CFPB!
Earlier today, Richard Cordray, Director of the CFPB, announced he will be stepping down from the agency at the end of the month. Public Justice’s executive director, Paul Bland, issued the following statement in response to Cordray’s announcement:
For many families who are struggling, the real state of our union is precarious. President Trump can help turn that around by being the champion he promised them he would be. That starts with understanding that big banks and corporate lobbyists aren’t what will make America great again.