Not long after Donald Trump was elected president, speculation in antitrust circles ramped up about whether hard-charging firebrands, eager to make waves and take on the establishment, would be put in key posts at the Federal Trade Commission and the Justice Department.
Trump’s anti-establishment campaign — with his calls to drain
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