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Congress quietly passed the largest rollback of Wall Street regulations since the financial crisis

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We’re so screwed. Economists are now predicting an unprecedented financial collapse around 2020 thanks to all of the financial deregulating Trump and Republicans are doing.

Congress quietly passed the largest rollback of Wall Street regulations since the financial crisis

The House voted on the biggest rollback of Wall Street regulations since the financial crisis. While the bill would change many regulations for regional and community banks, analysts say it is not a total dismantling of the Dodd-Frank Act.

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  1. I predicted that when he got elected. Same formula that put us in the shit whole before. Write this one down. You know who’s going to pay for that. Not México, we are again. With all the tax cuts, when were they going to decide to pay back our social security. You’ll be dead and buried.

  2. It’ll probably be sooner… It’s not a surprise. The GOP is removing all the regulations that led up to the 2008 disaster so of course it’ll happen again.

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