Calling it his patented "disaster," Trump is focusing on the difficulty of small businesses to get necessary funding. We will have to wait and see if the American dream is truly "back" as promised by President Trump.
Getting Congress to make big changes to the 2010 banking law won't be easy. While House Republicans, led by Jeb Hensarling, chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, are working on a measure that would rip apart most of Dodd-Frank, the Senate Banking Committee hasn't proposed its own version. Most legislation would require support from at least some Democrats in the Senate to avoid filibuster rules, unless lawmakers try to attach parts of it to a fast-track budget process.