Senator Ron Wyden told Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin that the administration was using accounting that would “make Bernie Madoff blush.”
"This budget is not respecting the American people. I think we can do much better." Before the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Oversight Wednesday, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin attempted to defend President Trump's $4.1 trillion budget, whose nearly $30 billion in cuts he attributed to "hard choices." Ranking Democrat Rep. Show More Summary
The Treasury Secretary is not looking after his fellow hedge fund managers and/or Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac shareholders.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin is slated to testify before Congress today at 2 PM ET. He will discuss the White House's recently proposed 2018 budget.
The USA TODAY NETWORK will have live coverage of this event.
Professor Emeritus at Harvard, and former chief economist at the World Bank, former Director of the National Economic Council, and former Secretary of the Treasury, Larry Summers says he might fail the Trump budget team in introductory econ: Details of President Trump’s first budget have now been released. Much can...
WASHINGTON ? The Border Adjustment Tax may not be dead, but President Donald Trump himself may be giving up on making the controversial surcharge on imports part of a tax reform bill later this year. Treasury Secretary Steve MnuchinShow More Summary
President Trump's 2018 budget proposal details many federal programs he'd like to cut. But his budget figures don't jive with his policies because of something called "dynamic scoring." For example, Mr. Trump's treasury secretary, Steven...Show More Summary
On Friday, Trump’s nominee for deputy Treasury secretary suddenly realized that he needs more family time than a White House job would allow.
President Donald Trump has made his selection for the next full-time head of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, according to U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. Testifying before lawmakers on Thursday, Mnuchin did not...Show More Summary
By Lindsay Dunsmuir WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told lawmakers on Thursday that he has some doubts that what are known as alternate scoring models will give enough credit to the potential for economic growth when assessing the impact of the Trump administration's tax plan. Show More Summary
Goldman Sachs Group Inc banker James Donovan who was nominated by U.S. President Donald Trump as deputy Treasury secretary, has withdrawn his name, according to a person familiar with the matter. Donovan will return to Goldman, the person added, asking not to be named because the matter is private....
President Donald Trump's choice to be deputy treasury secretary, bank executive Jim Donovan, is withdrawing from consideration to be second in command to Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin (mih-NOO'-shin). Treasury spokesman … Click to Continue »
WASHINGTON ? The Trump administration showed its now routine sense for the absurd when Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin testified before the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday. The treasury secretary said the administration supports...Show More Summary
Today we learned that Jim Donovan, a 25-year Goldman Sachs banking and investment management executive, is pulling out as Trump's nominee to serve as Deputy Treasury Secretary. Why? "Family concerns." That may be true, but it's alsoShow More Summary
Jim Donovan, a Goldman Sachs executive, has withdrawn his name from consideration for Deputy Treasury Secretary, according to Politico's Ben White. Donovan was nominated on March 14 and was one of a handful of Goldman alums named toShow More Summary
Steven Mnuchin said federal officials will scrutinize a transaction that could give Rosneft a large stake in U.S. oil company
The Massachusetts senator slammed the Treasury Secretary for his confusing statements on the Glass-Steagall Act during a Senate Banking Committee hearing Thursday.
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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin sat in front of the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday and attempted to explain the Trump administration's position on various economic policies, including the regulation of large banks. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments