Trump nominee Shelton moving closer to Senate vote

Judy Shelton
Judy Shelton
Photo courtesy Judy Shelton

A controversial nominee for a Federal Reserve board place is likely to face a vote by the US Senate soon, according to well-informed political correspondents.

US president Donald Trump nominated Judy Shelton for a seat on the 12-member board in July, announcing his decision on the social media network Twitter. Trump lost the US presidential election, which culminated on November 3, but is currently refusing to publicly acknowledge this.

The Republican leader will remain in office until January

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