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Lou Friedman was the Secretary of the United States Treasury before Day 1.

Soon after waking up at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Fed Chairman Martin Webb called Friedman to discuss the President's planned stimulus package. Webb opposed many aspects of the plan, preferring to focus on lowering the value of the dollar overseas, resulting in more volume and more domestic revenue overall. Friedman insisted that the plan needed Webb's endorsement to stand a chance of passing, and agreed to include Webb's suggestions if he agreed to promote the stimulus package to the American public. He also suggested that Webb could appear on Meet the Press to promote the plan. (Chaos Theory)

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