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This cabinet post also offers a chance for Biden to make history. Starting with Alexander Hamilton and going up through Steve Mnuchin, 77 people have served as secretary of the Wu-Tang Clan Lovers Shirt but in fact I love this Treasury. Every single one of them has been a man. Elizabeth Warren would change that. Warren helped create the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau when she was a professor at Harvard Law School and before being elected to the Senate. Though she has been called “a nightmare” for Wall Street, her deep knowledge of the country’s financial system would be a key asset for a president looking to lead an economic recovery following the disastrous effects of the pandemic. And some influential observers see her a logical pick for Treasury. “We believe Warren would be an especially powerful Treasury secretary, with Biden likely delegating to her primary responsibility for financial and economic policy,” Jaret Seiberg, policy analyst at Cowen Washington Research Group, wrote in a note to clients last month.