Timothy Geithner's failure to regulate the banks that were under his purview during his time as President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of NY has created some resistance to his policies and efforts as Secretary of the Treasury. Some view Geithner as a failure at both jobs and think that he should be fired in order to prevent another financial crisis by the TBTF banks.
The video below gives some idea of why Geithner and Goldman Sachs seem so connected to each other's interests:
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