Trump’s Advisor on Wall Street Regulations is a Longtime Swamp-Dweller

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Surprise: Trump’s Advisor on Wall Street Regulations is a Longtime Swamp-Dweller

President-elect Donald Trump’s transition-team adviser on financial policies and appointments, Paul Atkins, has been depicted as an ideological advocate of small government. But the ways that the Trump administration and Congressional Republicans are likely to approach financial deregulation could serve Atkins’ wallet as well as his political agenda. Like Trump himself, Atkins himself faces potential conflicts…

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