Why Hasn't Trump Fired CFPB's Cordray?

Another day, another Trump administration official fired or threatened with firing. That’s what political news has seemed like for the past few weeks. But almost as fascinating as the ousters is the puzzling staying power of one Obama holdover, despite calls for his removal from both Trump’s supporters and critics within the GOP.
The latest to join the chorus is former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, who told “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd in late July that firing Cordray was a necessary step in “making sure the president’s agenda moves.”
Lewandowski joins two of Trump’s biggest Republican critics in advocating that the president take this action
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray has stayed in his job so far in the Trump administration, despite calls for his firing by both President Trump’s supporters and critics in the GOP. A federal court called the CFPB’s actions against financial services company PHH a violation of  “Rule of

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