Countrywide gave lawmakers, officials hundreds of discount loans
Former Fannie Mae heads James Johnson in 2008 resigned as a leader of then-candidate Barack Obama's vice presidential search committee after The Wall Street Journal reported he had received $7 million in Countrywide discounted loans. Fannie employees were the most frequent recipients of VIP loans.
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