Here. Dayen paints Chopra as someone who finds ways to get positive things done through hard work and imaginative use of agency powers. How does the industry react to this? Here is one paragraph:
Financial firms didn’t want to see anyone rousing the machinery of the federal government, and they groused about Chopra to anyone and everyone. In a recently uncovered email from 2015, Kevin Modany, then the CEO of ITT Tech, told his lawyers that Chopra was an “economic terrorist” and that he “should be sent to Guantanamo Bay for about a decade of R&R; which should include an aggressive regimen of ‘water sports’!”
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This is not only an amazing article about Rohit Chopra’s incredible work and dedication, but it’s also proof of how one individual with a clear vision of the truth and determination to seek justice and fairness in a corporate environment filled with schemes to injure and or destroy Americans can succeed against incredible opposition. Rohit Chopra deserves total respect and support from every single American citizen.