Biden withdraws Judy Shelton’s nomination to Fed board By Reuters

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US President Joe Biden withdrew from consideration Thursday the controversial nomination of Judy Shelton by Donald Trump to fill a vacant seat at the Federal Reserve. Shelton had been criticized for inconsistent and controversial views, including the adoption of the gold standard and a shifting stance on interest rates as control of the White House shifted from Democrat Barack Obama to Trump, a Republican.

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