Friday, October 7, 2011

Elizabeth Warren talk

The previous fall, Geithner huddled with top aides to develop what one called an “Elizabeth Warren strategy,” a plan to engage with the firebrand reformer that would render her politically inert. He never worked out a viable strategy—a way to meet with Warren without drawing undesirable comparisons—and so, like the president, he didn’t.
-Suskind, Ron (2011-09-20). Confidence Men: Wall Street, Washington, and the Education of a President (pp. 4-5). Harper. Kindle Edition. Related: Consumer Finance Protection Bureau

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