House Financial Services Committee Chairman Rep. Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, told Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray at a hearing this month that “the president is clearly justified in dismissing you and I call upon the president – yet again – to do just that, and to do it immediately. American consumers need competitive markets and a cop on the beat to protect them from fraud and deception. They don’t need Washington elites trampling on their freedom of choice and picking their financial products for them.”
House Financial Services Committee Chairman Rep. Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, told Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray at a hearing this month that “the president is clearly justified in dismissing you and I call upon the president – yet again – to do just that, and to do it immediately. American consumers need competitive markets and a cop on the beat to protect them from fraud and deception. They don’t need Washington elites trampling on their freedom of choice and picking their financial products for them.” Carolyn Kaster Associated Press file
House Financial Services Committee Chairman Rep. Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, told Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray at a hearing this month that “the president is clearly justified in dismissing you and I call upon the president – yet again – to do just that, and to do it immediately. American consumers need competitive markets and a cop on the beat to protect them from fraud and deception. They don’t need Washington elites trampling on their freedom of choice and picking their financial products for them.” Carolyn Kaster Associated Press file

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