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With a broad tax reform effort hitting resistance, some in the White House are looking for a more narrow victory.
As Fed chair, Cohn would help determine the course of the U.S. economy.
President Trump’s overhaul of his White House, in a shake-up of senior team, continues a pattern of seemingly constant chaos.
The president has long admired Scaramucci’s willingness to stick up for him during hostile interviews on cable news.
Meanwhile, Trump’s longtime personal attorney, Marc Kasowitz, will step back from a key role.
The White House has frozen or withdrawn hundreds of planned rules, a move aimed at bolstering the economy but that scraps proposed protections for workers and the environment.
The oil giant is accused of entering into a business deal with a Russian CEO with close ties to Putin, right after the United States imposed sanctions
White House officials are looking at hundreds of rules to roll back or eliminate.
When the chance came to cut trillions from entitlement programs, the GOP balked.