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Pete Schroeder
correspondent, Notre Dame alum. Spelled like the Peanuts character, pronounced like Hank from "Breaking Bad." pete.schroeder@thomsonreuters.com
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
Replying to @cmcostakos
I'm surprised I beat you to it.
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
Replying to @peteschroeder
Kraninger has split with her predecessor Mulvaney on a few fronts, most notably in undoing the CFPB's name change, but on broader policy initiatives she's largely in line with his approach thus far.
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
In her first interview since taking control of the CFPB, Kathy Kraninger says she's pushing forward with Mulvaney initiatives to review the consumer complaint database and use of disparate impact in fair lending cases:
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
In less jokey finreg-related Mueller searches, the word "Deutsche" doesn't turn up at all in the report either.
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
Replying to @reporterev @vtg2
You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
The report did not endorse a fintech charter, nor did it reject one.
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
No matter the circumstances, a public official using a swear is catnip for journalists.
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
I don’t remember the scene in “All the President’s Men” where Woodward and Bernstein scrambled with file formats to find a version that was searchable.
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
Been out of pocket for the last hour so. Should I remain out of said pocket?
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
that sweet sweet SEO
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
It's me, a policy reporter, making a joke about how my story is actually the biggest news of the day when there is another, much bigger news story in actuality.
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
Twitter finally realizing its full potential today: as a font of nervous energy with nowhere to go from a bunch of journalists who are pretty sure they're, like, above average funny
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
Yesterday on Twitter: everyone please temper the first blush of coverage of a massive report that will take time to digest deliberately Today on Twitter: liveblogs get yer liveblogs here
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
Replying to @SylvanLane
God, the dungeon with a bunch of reporters mumbling into those mouth tubes like congressional stenographers. A hellscape.
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Pete Schroeder Apr 18
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Pete Schroeder Apr 17
Get back to me when the Mueller report is delivered on 18 3.5” floppy disks and you have to make sure you have the right type of Sound Blaster to properly read it.
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