‘No.’ That is what the chief of the U.s. central bank, Jerome Powell, would respond if president Donald Trump to ask him to resign.
That has Powell said Friday.
Trump, the former head of the Federal Reserve for the last time, repeatedly taken under fire. The president’s side, particularly against the rate hikes of the Fed.
At the end of last year there were rumors that Trump Powell would want to dismiss, but that message was when the White House denied.