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>> But you should send all your kids to Lego Batman.>>
Holy questionable quip, Batman. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin in hot water after jokingly plugging his company's new Lego Batman movie during a chat with a news website, AXIOS.>> Well, I'm not allowed to promote anything that I'm involved in.
And I am not promoting any product.>> The movie produced by the former hedge fund manager and Hollywood producer's own rat pack Dune Entertainment, in which he agreed to divest his holdings.>> I'm leaving the movie business.>> Democratic Senator Ron Weyden of Oregon not so amused, firing off a letter to the government's ethics watchdog saying, Munichin has not yet said whether he has divested.
And he assumes Mnichin still holds a stake. The episode recalling another earlier this year when top Trump advisor, Kellyanne Conway, told viewers in an interview to go buy Ivanka Trump's clothing and jewelry after Nordstrom and other stores dropped her lines. Conway catching fire from the same ethics watchdog, with the White House taking no action.