Hillary Clinton on CFPB: Why would you get rid of that?

Hillary Clinton on CFPB: Why would you get rid of that?

Hillary Clinton gave her economic speech in Michigan, in which she questions why anyone would want to disband the CFPB. Of course, she also makes time to throw in a few jabs at Trump. Source: 1

Clinton also said Trump would abolish the Consumer Financial protection bureau (cfpb), which she said had returned $11 billion to 25 million wronged American consumers. "Why would you get rid of that?" she asked. Trump has not called for the CFPB to be eliminated.

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Hillary Clinton gave her economic speech in Michigan, in which she questions why anyone would want to disband the CFPB. Of course, she also makes time to throw in a few jabs at Trump. Source: 1

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