Liza Strong, lead of labor and employee relations at the CFPB, told a congressional committee that she has not witnessed any CFPB manager discriminate against CFPB employee Angela Martin.

“I have never witnessed management be anything but professional and accommodating to her,” said Strong in her testimony on Wednesday. “I was surprised when, during the April 2 hearing, it was alleged that I attempted to influence Defense Investigators Group’s conclusions. I have never done that and in fact, the allegation does not make sense. Had I wanted to pre-determine the outcome of the investigation, I would not have outsourced it.”

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