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Mr. Trump has selected Mr. Mnuchin, who served as his campaign finance chairman. Mr. Mnuchin, a former Goldman Sachs executive, has deep roots in Hollywood and no government experience

Back to (our) Future. There’s compelling evidence to show that Steve Mnuchin, Donald Trump’s pick for Secretary of the Treasury, lied to the Senate in both written and verbal testimony.

Back to (our) Future

Senate Republicans seem to be taking these offenses in stride. None of the GOP’s “independents” and “mavericks” have indicated that they will oppose his nomination. If they don’t speak up, these Republicans are placing partisan politics over the rule of law and the integrity of their own institution. False Witness Mnuchin received a written question from Sen. CRC Responds to Mnuchin’s Likely Nomination for Treasury Secretary. Upon hearing the news that president elect Donald Trump will likely nominate Steven Mnuchin, former chair of OneWest Bank and board member of CIT Group for Treasury Secretary, Paulina Gonzalez, executive director at the California Reinvestment Coalition released this statement today: “If Mr.

CRC Responds to Mnuchin’s Likely Nomination for Treasury Secretary

Mnuchin is nominated to the position of Secretary of the Treasury by President Elect Trump it will continue an alarming trend of a series of appointments by Mr. Trump that signals a coming attack on civil rights, working families, and consumer protections by the administration. We expect that the Senate will dig into Mr. One West Foreclosures in California Communities. Foreclosures by OneWest BAnk in Ventura, LA, San Bernardino, Riverside and Orange Counties- April 2009 to April 2015.

One West Foreclosures in California Communities

See additional maps below. Los Angeles- CA-June 9, 2015—Today, a statewide coalition called on federal regulators to investigate a disproportionately high number of OneWest Bank foreclosures occurring in communities of color in California. The analysis was based on foreclosures processed since April 2009, when the failed IndyMac Bank was purchased by billionaire investors and renamed OneWest Bank. Steven Mnuchin. Until one Tuesday in April, Steven Mnuchin’s life had been ordered meticulously.

Steven Mnuchin

The son of a Goldman Sachs partner, he was publisher of the Yale Daily News, was tapped into Skull and Bones, made partner at Goldman, ran a hedge fund, and invested in Hollywood blockbusters. One thing followed another. Foreclosure crisis not over for minorities. (MoneyWatch) As far as foreclosures are concerned, it's still a black and white world.

Foreclosure crisis not over for minorities

Despite the recently recovering in housing, many Americans are still struggling to keep their homes, and a disproportionate number of them are black, Latino or Asian. Even as analysts and economic experts trumpeted a turnaround in the housing market, American households lost $192.6 billion through foreclosure, according to a new report dubbed Wasted Wealth. That number represents lost wealth in 2012 alone -- not including the $7 trillion in home equity the Federal Reserve estimated was lost between 2006 and 2011; and not including the $220 billion that still stands to be lost before the foreclosure crisis is all said and done. Mnuchin weathers stormy confirmation hearing. The Worst of Wall Street: Meet Donald Trump’s Finance Chairman. Throughout presidential campaign, Donald Trump has criticized Wall Street bankers for their excessive political influence, attacked hedge fund managers for getting away with “murder” under the current tax code, and claimed that he would self-fund his campaign to avoid being beholden to special interests.

The Worst of Wall Street: Meet Donald Trump’s Finance Chairman

“The hedge fund guys didn’t build this country,” Trump said on “Face the Nation” recently. “These are guys that shift paper around and they get lucky.” Trump’s Treasury Pick Steven Mnuchin Ran a Bank Critics Call ‘A Foreclosure Machine’ Donald Trump’s Finance Chair Is the Anti-Populist From Hell. When I heard Mnuchin’s name last week, I immediately remembered the front lawn of his mansion.

Donald Trump’s Finance Chair Is the Anti-Populist From Hell

Back in 2011, local housing activists and the Occupy movement in Los Angeles camped out on that lawn to save the home of Rose Mary Gudiel, a La Puente, California, resident who faced eviction after being just two weeks late on one mortgage payment. The activists threatened to move all of Gudiel’s furniture into Mnuchin’s $26 million Bel Air estate if the eviction wasn’t stopped. Twenty police officers and a helicopter met the protesters. Trump Taps Hollywood’s Mnuchin for Treasury and Dines With Romney. The selection of Mr.

Trump Taps Hollywood’s Mnuchin for Treasury and Dines With Romney

Mnuchin (pronounced mi-NEW-chin) came as Mr. Trump moved on Tuesday to fill the ranks of his domestic policy team with seasoned Washington insiders chosen to help smooth the way in Congress for his two marquee campaign promises: the repeal of Mr. Obama’s health insurance coverage law and the large package to repair infrastructure, which could reach $1 trillion. Mr. Trump also took time Tuesday night to have dinner with Mitt Romney, whose name has been mentioned as a potential secretary of state, and who has become a source of contention among members of the transition team. America’s New Dealmakers-in-Chief.

MNUCHIN: The US may need 'a 21st century version' of Glass-Steagall. President Franklin Roosevelt at the White House, Washington on August 23, 1935 as he signed the Glass-Steagall Banking Bill.

MNUCHIN: The US may need 'a 21st century version' of Glass-Steagall

AP Treasury Secretary-designate Steven Mnuchin touted the revitalization, with tweaks, of a decades-old regulation on banks repealed nearly twenty years ago during his confirmation hearing on Thursday. Last July, Republican National Convention delegates approved a platform that supported reinstating the Glass-Steagall Act. It was passed in 1933 and required banks to separate commercial deposit banking from investment banking. Democratic Senator Maria Cantwell asked Mnuchin whether he supported a return to the act.