Hillary Clinton Aides' Wall Street Links Raise Economic Policy Doubts

The Wall Street ties of two top aides of Hillary Clinton at the State Department are raising concerns among progressives about the composition of a future Clinton White House
The former aides, Tom Nides and Robert Hormats, have shuttled between government and Wall Street for years. Nides, who is frequently described as a Clinton confidant, is a longtime Morgan Stanley executive who served as deputy secretary of state for management and resources from 2011 to 2013 before returning to Morgan Stanley. Nides is also the former chairman of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (Sifma), the main lobbying group for Wall Street in Washington DC.