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An official at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is working hard to taper. Top CFPB official regrets racist comments that caused agency uproar. not yet even thinking about applying to law school – that I wouldn't write today?. Blankenstein was appointed by Trump to the CFPB and, as one of the.
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. Eric Blankenstein, a Trump administration appointee at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau who came under fire last year for racist comments. last year for racist comments he wrote several years before, is leaving.
Eric Blankenstein, the CFPB's policy director for supervision, enforcement and. A senior political appointee at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has resigned following controversy. The revelation sparked an uproar at the agency and led to. The CFPB did not respond to a request for comment.
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Trump appointee Eric Blankenstein will handle ginnie mae matters for. Eric Blankenstein was a senior official at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau when. called for his removal when the racially insensitive comments came to. The discovery of the controversial posts led to an uproar of protests.