At a Senate hearing Thursday, Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, accused Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin of failing to answer his questions about President Trump's business ties to people who might be violating money laundering and other U.S. laws. Mnuchin responded by suggesting Brown "just send me a note on what you are looking for." Brown pointed out that he had already sent a two-page letter. The Senate Banking Committee hearing provided the kind of sharp exchange that underscores the gap between what Democrats in Congress want to know about Trump's business dealings, and what Trump administration officials appear ready to provide. Here's the back-and-forth between Brown and Mnuchin: "I haven't received an answer that I asked for — about potential...
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Senator Wants A List of Trump Business Associates; Mnuchin Wants A Note