“Donald Trump is a man of mystery when it comes to regulating Wall Street. The presumptive Republican presidential nominee has yet to offer many details about how he would handle the financial sector as president, creating a guessing game among the industry’s advocates and detractors. On May 18, Trump told Reuters that in roughly two weeks, he would release a plan for “dismantling” the Dodd-Frank financial reform law that President Obama signed.
“But six weeks later, there is still no plan in sight.”
“All indications are that Donald Trump is going to talk like he’s protecting Main Street while he’s probably going to deliver for Wall Street,” said Dennis Kelleher, president and CEO for Better Markets…
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