President Trump will take aim at financial regulations on Friday, ordering a review of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law that could lead to major changes and suspending a conflict-of-interest rule for retirement advisers before it goes into effect this spring, according to a senior administration official.
Trump will be targeting major initiatives of the Obama administration that Republicans have strongly opposed.
In meetings with business leaders since taking office, Trump has heard consistent complaints about federal regulations, said the official, who spoke to reporters on the condition of anonymity to preview the president’s announcement.
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