Neil Barofsky is not letting the Obama administration off the hook.

Nearly a year after he resigned as special inspector of the Troubled Asset Relief Program, Barofsky renewed his criticisms of how the administration has handled the housing crisis — and blasted Obama for fumbling the startup of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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