However, she's already made clear that such an assumption would be mistaken.
On January 16th, after six weeks of Twitter silence, she emerged with this message as Republicans in Congress were attempting to weaken Dodd-Frank.
Attacking financial reform is risky and wrong. Better for Congress to focus on jobs and wages for middle class families.Just a tweet, you might dismissively say? Not according to the latter half of Dodd-Frank, who asserted last Friday on Real Time with Bill Maher that while Republicans will always try to weaken it, Hillary Clinton has "made very clear that she's for keeping it as it is".
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) January 16, 2015
Still not enough? Then how about Hillary's most recent tweet, which supports the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's proposal to crack down on payday lending practices:
Abusive payday lenders take advantage of families trying to get ahead. Glad to see @BarackObama & @CFPB take a stand. http://t.co/7CALMIwGziWe'll learn more about Clinton's stance on financial reform, as well as any proposed changes, once her campaign officially begins. Her recent consultations with Elizabeth Warren might even hint at some proposals that progressives such as myself will celebrate.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 28, 2015
But one thing we can expect, because she's already made it clear: Wall Street reforms and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will be safe under President Hillary Clinton.