- Shannon Vavra
- Nov 27
Mulvaney brings donuts to CFPB on first day of work
Mick Mulvaney has showed up for work at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, carrying Dunkin'. This is his first day on the job as acting director of the bureau after President Trump appointed him to head it up following former director Richard Cordray's resignation last week.
The only problem: The deputy director, Leandra English, has sued the Trump administration over the appointment. She claims she is the acting director since the deputy director is to act as acting director when the top position is vacant.