The election of President Trump for a seat on the Federal Reserve Board was condemned in disregard of the court for failing to pay his ex-wife more than $ 300,000 in alimony, child support, and other expenses, The Guardian reported Saturday ,
A judge was reprimanded The boss of Stephen Moore spoke in favor of neglecting this debt in 2012, according to legal documents that The Guardian had received.
Allison Moore filed for divorce in 2010, accusing her husband of "emotional and psychological abuse" as well as a matter, according to the Guardian. She claimed that she had to flee for fear of her home. Stephen Moore admitted allegations in the complaint, according to one of the papers submitted by the newspaper.
As The Guardian noted, the consistently conservative economist expressed his "personal and national commitment to strong families."
Moore is regarded by many economists as deeply unqualified for this key post of the world's most powerful central bank. He has no doctorate and is usually known to collaborate with other cable news commentators. Moore served as an advisor to Trump's 201
The conservative expert said he was "somehow new to the game" and would "be in a steep learning curve about how the Fed works" and what its role will require
Bloomberg reported this week that Moore owes the IRS over $ 75,000 in unpaid taxes.
Read the full report on The Guardian.