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Steven Mnuchin
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    (December 21, 1962- )
    Born in New York City, New York
    Banker and hedge fund manager
    National finance chair for the presidential campaign of Donald Trump (2016)
    Confirmed by the US Senate as Secretary of the Treasury (February 13, 2017)
    Last name pronounced muh-noo-chin (accent on the second syllable)
    His last name looks like a typo.
    He co-founded SFM Capital Management with one of the far right’s favorite bête noirs, George Soros (2003).
    When he ran OneWest Bank, the bank was criticized for aggressively foreclosing on homeowners, leading to a string of lawsuits and millions of dollars in settlements.
    He was co-chair of Relativity Media, which decided to pay off a $50 million loan from OneWest just before filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy (2015).
    He was registered to vote in both California and New York.
    During his confirmation hearings, it was revealed that he had omitted $95 million in real estate holdings from his financial disclosure forms.
    He has been divorced twice.
    He tried to get a government plane to ferry him and third wife Louise Linton around Europe for their honeymoon (June, 2017).
    He got a government jet to take him and Linton to Fort Knox, Kentucky, for a better view of the solar eclipse (August 21, 2017).
    His meeting with House Republicans (September 8, 2017) to reassure them after President Trump cut a deal with Democrats to keep the government open and extend the debt ceiling went disastrously, especially his request that they vote for the deal ‘for me’ (which was described as ‘intellectually insulting’ by Rep. Dave Brat).
    He took over failed lender IndyMac (2009) and, after rebranding it as OneWest, returned it to profitability within a year.
    He claimed that he had been concerned about foreclosure practices at OneWest, but the bank ‘had to adhere to [existing] servicing agreements which limited our ability to modify loans that could have helped borrowers.’
    He had to put up with Occupy Los Angeles protestors holding rallies outside his home.
    He said he supports closing loopholes in the tax code that allow the use of offshore holding companies to avoid taxes.

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