Lawsuit challenges Trump's financial bureau appointment

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English asked a Washington federal judge to block Mulvaney from stepping in shortly thereafter. On Monday, he said he was also reviewing more than 100 pending enforcement actions, including litigation as well as private settlement talks and investigations.

The small Manhattan-based credit union's suit argues that Trump's appointment has thrown financial institutions "into a state of regulatory chaos".

English is expected to formally file a preliminary injunction against Mulvaney and Trump this week, according to court filings.

Trump, according to a Manhattan Federal Court lawsuit filed Tuesday, "has attempted an illegal hostile takeover of the" bureau after its director, Richard Cordray, announced his resignation November 24. "Since the CFPB's inception, NAFCU has worked with the bureau to ensure credit unions' needs are heard".

In a soap opera that seems determined to get ever bubblier, the CFPB has now been sued by a federal credit union looking to stop Mick Mulvaney from being installed as the agency's leader.

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It says Mulvaney doesn't like the bureau's existence and is trying to minimize it.

"This is a naked, illegal power grab by Donald Trump to destroy an agency that helps and protects millions of ordinary Americans", said Ilann M. Maazel, a partner at ECBA, and lead counsel for LESPFCU, in the release.

LESPFCU has 8,500 members and serves low-income, immigrant and other underserved communities.

U.S. Sens. Mark R. Warner and Tim Kaine (both D-VA) joined 44 senators in a letter urging President Trump to follow the law and swiftly nominate a permanent director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau who will put working families ahead of Wall Street.