The White House is said to be vetting Judy Shelton for a seat on the Fed board. She told us what she would bring to a central bank whose policies she has long criticized.
- The White House is vetting former Trump adviser Judy Shelton for nomination to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, according to reports.
- The potential nominee has been critical of the central bank and would like to change some of the core ways it operates.
- In an interview with Markets Insider, she said she thought it would be “superficial” to solely answer yes or no to whether the central bank was independent, outlined a zero-percent inflation target, and expressed support for the president and his policies.
The White House is said to be vetting Judy Shelton, a former campaign adviser to