Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison Gives a Master Class in Pettifogging Over Acting-CFPB Chief Mick Mulvaney’s Frosted Glass Office Windows

Acting consumer protection chief Mick Mulvaney on Wednesday defended the decision to put frosted glass on his office at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau against accusations that it sent the wrong message about transparency. Rep. Keith Ellison, Minnesota Democrat, confronted Mr. Mulvaney, a former member of Congress who is now the White House budget chief and the acting consumer chief, about the office during a hearing on Capitol Hill.

Mr. Ellison displayed a photo of the office with the frosted glass.

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