Trump's pick to lead top bank agency pulls out -

Yet another of President Trump's nominees is dropping out.

James Clinger, a longtime Republican congressional staffer picked by Trump in June to lead the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, is bowing out for family reasons, a White House spokeswoman said Wednesday.

The FDIC guarantees Americans' bank deposits and oversees community banks.

Clinger, who spent two decades as chief counsel for the House Financial Services Committee, is the eighth Trump nominee to withdraw from consideration for a...


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