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Trump's 0-for-4 Streak on Fed Choices Raises Concern on Vetting

  • Four presidential picks have failed to advance in the Senate
  • Moore withdrew on Thursday after asserting ‘I’m all in’
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Moore Withdraws Name to Be Trump Fed Board Pick

Donald Trump has named four people for two seats on the Federal Reserve’s board of governors. None of them have made it through the Senate, raising doubts about the president’s central bank acumen and the White House’s vetting process for nominees.

Conservative economic pundit Stephen Moore on Thursday was the latest Fed candidate to flame out, following businessman Herman Cain and economists Nellie Liang and Marvin Goodfriend.