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The battle for control of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
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The White House and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are at odds over who should lead the watchdog agency as its acting director: its former director's chief of staff, Leandra English, or White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney, who has called the bureau a "sick" joke.
The White House and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are at odds over who should lead the watchdog agency as its acting director: its former director's chief of staff, Leandra English, or White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney, who has called the bureau a "sick" joke.
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