Mnuchin Rejects Call From Yale Classmates To Resign, Defends Trump

Sunday, August 20, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
Aug 20, 2017

In a long statement issued by the Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin rejected and pushed back against an urging from his former classmates at Yale University that he resign from Donald Trump’s cabinet, while defending the president’s response to last weekend’s deadly protests in Charlottesville, Virginia.

The statement was in response to a letter posted online on Friday by about 300 of Mnuchin’s classmates from the Yale University undergraduate class of 1985, asking Mnuchin to resign in protest of Trump’s comments. “It is your moral obligation,” they said. “We know you are better than this, and we are counting on you to do the right thing.”

Mnuchin, realizing that with Bannon gone, Trump’s future policies are now a “clean slate” for the Wall Street/MIC complex to rewrite as it sees fit with no internal opposition, disagreed.

“I am writing in response to my Yale Classmates and many other comments I have received urging me to “speak out.” I believe that your letter and these comments raise several Important issues and misconceptions that I am prepared to address”, Mnuchin begins, adding that “some of these issues are far more complicated than we are led to believe by the mass media,’ the former Goldman employee and hedge fund manager said, paraphrasing the Dude’s legendary “lotta ins, lotta outs, lotta what-have-you’s.”

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