Mick Mulvaney went NUCLEAR on Senators asking him Random and unrelated questions…
Mick Mulvaney went before the Congressional Banking Committee but was not taking any crap from the senators on the panel.
Mulvaney said, “While I have to be here by statute, I don’t think I have to answer your questions.”
Mulvaney is required as the acting director of CFPB (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau) to answer questions from the banking committee.
Mick Mulvaney really wanted to make the Point to the committee that as he is required to appear before the committee he is not required to answer questions that are irrelevant.
He said “Either that’s a mistake and it needs to be fixed, or it was done on purpose, and it needs to be fixed,” on the law not requiring him to answer questions.
The law as it stands states that regulators are required to appear before Congress, the text does explicitly say that the person in question should answer questions and must publish a report every 6 months.
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