Office of Management and Budget
See also Director of the Office of Management and Budget Nominee Mick Mulvaney.
|2016.12.17||Trump announces nomination of S.C.'s Mulvaney to head budget office. npr.org (See also Mick Mulvaney)|
|2017.01.18||Trump budget nominee didn't pay more than $15,000 in payroll taxes for his babysitter. nytimes.com (See also Mick Mulvaney)|
|2017.01.18||Trump's Office of Management and Budget nominee Mick Mulvaney discloses failure to pay $15,583.60 in taxes for his family's nanny in 2000-2004. abcnews.go.com (See also Mick Mulvaney)|
|2017.02.15||Rep. Mick Mulvaney faces fresh GOP resistance ahead of his confirmation vote this week for budget director. cnn.com (See also Mick Mulvaney, First 100 Days)|
|2017.10.03||Despite Donald Trump saying that Puerto Rico's debt would be "wiped out," his budget chief, Mick Mulvaney said that we should not take the president's words literally. bloomberg.com (See also Administration Errors, False Statements, Mick Mulvaney)|
|2018.04.24||Mick Mulvaney, the interim director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, told banking industry executives that he would meet only with lobbyists if they had contributed to his campaign. nytimes.com (See also Mick Mulvaney, Corruption)|
“We had a hierarchy in my office in Congress,” Mr. Mulvaney, a former Republican lawmaker from South Carolina, told 1,300 bankers and lending industry officials at an American Bankers Association conference in Washington. “If you’re a lobbyist who never gave us money, I didn’t talk to you. If you’re a lobbyist who gave us money, I might talk to you.”
|2018.08.27||The federal official in charge of protecting student borrowers from predatory lending practices has stepped down. npr.org (See also Resignations and Dismissals, Mick Mulvaney, Betsy DeVos)|
In a scathing resignation letter, Seth Frotman, who until now was the student loan ombudsman at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, says current leadership "has turned its back on young people and their financial futures." The letter was addressed to Mick Mulvaney, the bureau's acting director.