Trump suggests "major streamlining" of Dodd-Frank
Evan Vucci / AP
At a meeting with major American CEOs, President Trump made some quick remarks regarding regulatory reform. The big hits:
- Dodd-Frank: Trump promised a "major streamlining" of the 2010 law and — without providing any further detail — suggested keeping parts but getting rid of many of its regulations.
- NAFTA: He told the CEOs to expect some "very pleasant surprises on NAFTA."
- The environment: "We're going to be very, very careful on the environment. It's very important to me and my administration."