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Trump Picks Former Pizza-chain CEO For The Federal Reserve Job

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Trump Picks Former Pizza-chain CEO For The Federal Reserve Job

Trump Picks Former Pizza-chain CEO For The Federal Reserve Job

According to Business Insider, U.S. President Donald Trump announced the selection of Herman Cain, the former Godfather's Pizza CEO and 2012 Republican presidential candidate, for the Federal Reserve Board on April 4.

While Trump has not yet officially submitted the nomination for Cain to the Senate, reports indicate that many lawmakers are not at all enthused by the selection.

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