President Trump's executive action that could result in delaying the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule has advocates defiant, even though they fear the order could scrap the regulation entirely.

"We need a new strategy. We need to remake messages to better speak to investors and leaders outside Wall Street and Washington," says Knut Rostad, president of the Institute for the Fiduciary Standard.

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