President Trump on Friday signed an executive order that will begin chipping away at the landmark Dodd-Frank Act, a set of financial regulations passed in the aftermath of the Great Recession, according to Bloomberg News.
The order directs the Treasury Department to initiate a sweeping review of the law and report back on portions that can be cut away.
Flanked by a number of high-profile corporate executives in a meeting Friday morning, Trump said that his administration expects "t
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