Meetings at the C.F.P.B. today are going to be awkward
Both Leandra English, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s deputy director, and Mick Mulvaney, the White House’s pick for interim head, have shown up for work.
The deputy director of the financial consumer watchdog, Leandra English has sued President Trump over who will lead the agency on an interim basis. But for now, both Ms. English and Mick Mulvaney, whom the White House has picked as acting director, have shown up for work, according to CNN.
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