Court Rules for Trump in Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Dispute
GETTING HIS WAY
A U.S. District Court judge in D.C. sided with the Trump administration in ruling that White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney will remain acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Outgoing CFPB chief Richard Cordray picked Leandra English to be acting director, but Trump countered by nominating Mulvaney. English had sought a temporary restraining order to block Mulvaney from taking the post.