I remain unconvinced that Donald Trump will be as hard on Wall Street as many of his supporters think he’ll be if elected President, but some of the following from the Washington Post certainly represents a breath of fresh air.
CLEVELAND — Donald Trump is adding fuel to Wall Street anxiety about his candidacy, jabbing directly at big banks this week with new language in the official Republican party platform that calls for the restoration of the 1933 Glass-Steagall Act, a move that would force the break-up of large financial institutions.
The embrace of the controversial law, long championed on the left, is deepening the estrangement of the financial services sector from the presumptive Republican nominee, according to industry leaders and lobbyists, who are now struggling to assess what role and influence they would have in a Trump administration.
Absolutely none would be the right amount.
Tony Fratto, a former Treasury…