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Topic - Steven Rattner
A former Obama administration official admitted Sunday the president is creating jobs at an "unacceptably low rate."
The investment banker who helped lead the Obama administration's auto industry overhaul has agreed to pay $10 million to settle influence-peddling allegations in New York.
But this common-sense idea was killed by the White House aides (including then-Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel) Mr. Rattner says, because it would be bad politics and hurt the Detroit real estate market.
"Nobody is happy with the rate of job creation today," Steven Rattner, Mr. Obama's former car czar, said on "Fox News Sunday."