Wall Street reform hasn’t officially become law yet, but Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) is already calling for it to be repealed.
The Senate is set to pass the bill in less than an hour, sending it to President Obama’s desk for a signature. But Boehner told reporters Thursday that, if passed, the legislation should be repealed.
The Ohio Republican famously compared the legislation to “killing an ant with a nuclear weapon” in a controversial interview last month.
Boehner and GOP leaders have also supported repealing healthcare reform.