The high-stakes battle over the CFPB continues unabated, as President-elect Donald Trump this week appointed an outspoken critic of the agency to his transition landing team and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) urged bureau supporters to fight efforts to weaken it.

Trump added three members to his CFPB landing team, most notably Kyle Hauptman, executive director of the Main Street Growth Project, an advocacy organization that pushes "pro-growth economic policies."

The President-elect also appointed two others to the group–Consuela Jordan, president of a government relations firm and President of the National Black Republican Leadership Council and Julie Bell Lindsay, managing director and general counsel of capital markets and corporate reporting at Citigroup.

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