The CFPB's Deputy Director is suing to block the appointment of Mick Mulvaney as the new acting director of the bureau. President Trump appointed Mulvaney after the CFPB's acting director resigned before his term ended. Mulvaney has been a longtime opponent of the bureau, which was created to protect consumers from Wall Street mismanagement after the Financial Crisis of 2008. Francis Maxwell, Host at The Young Turks, and Nick Givas, Media Reporter at The Daily Caller, debate whether the CFPB will survive the Trump administration. President Trump has been outspoken in his opposition to the Bureau's previous management. In Congress, tax reform is back on top of the political agenda this week. The president has said he wants a policy win on the issue by Christmas. Givas and Maxwell discuss whether a tax bill will make it through the Senate before the end of the year.