Article by For Liberty Staff.

President Trump’s last two nominees for the Federal Reserve board have both withdrawn their nominations amid backlash.

The first was Herman Cain who withdrew after GOP Senators came forward to say they wouldn’t vote for Cain.

The second was Stephen Moore. Moore withdrew after previous comments about women surfaced.

Trump’s list has diminished recently leaving speculation as to who could now be nominated.

One name that has surfaced is Ron Paul. The former GOP Rep is a major opponent to the Federal Reserve and has called for frequent audits and abolishments of the institution.

The idea of Ron Paul being nominated seems perfect but we’d love to hear from you. Should Ron Paul be nominated for the Federal Reserve Board?

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