Mnuchin On CNBC Talks Fannie Mae Reform “committed to not leaving these entities the way they are”

Mnuchin On CNBC Talks Fannie Mae Reform “committed to not leaving these entities the way they are”
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We are most interested in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac reform so we highlight that below, but check out all the clicks from Mnuchin on CNBC this morning. Everyone was awaiting Mnuchin’s comments especially after shares tanked following a recent court ruling. As a reminder, the Treas Sec will also be on Fox Business Network at 8AM EST.

Treasury’s Steve Mnuchin: We are committed to passing ‘significant’ tax reform

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin talks about the administration’s plans to propel growth by curbing regulations and making significant economic changes.

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin addresses the many aspects of the border adjustment tax proposal. We’re on the same page with Congress on taxes, says Mnuchin.

In a wide-ranging conversation, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin sits down with “Squawk Box’s” Becky Quick to talk about tax reform, growth, border tax issues, the possibility of 100-year bonds and China’s currencies.

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