In two months, he has unveiled sweeping initiatives — a stress test for big banks, a small-business lending program, a housing plan, a public-private toxic-asset investment program, and a massive financial-reregulation proposal.
He meets with Summers daily and the president almost every day, talks to Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke multiple times a day, testifies before Congress on average about twice a week and has been the administrationâ€™s lead person on the Group of Seven and G-20 deliberations. All with a department where the White House has failed to fill top posts.
Also, did you see him on Meet The Press yesterday?
Here’s a clip…
You’re telling me that guy should be fired?
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