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Trump Turns To Wall Street For Treasury Pick

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President-elect Donald Trump has turned to Wall Street to fill the position of head of the Treasury Department.

Trump is expected to announce Goldman Sachs alumnus Steven Mnuchin, a 53-year-old hedge fund CEO and Hollywood film financier, to help the president with tax policies, financial regulation and the economy.

Mnuchin previously served as national finance chair for Trump's campaign..

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