Bernie Sanders Cites Lloyd Blankfein as an Example of Wall Street Greed

On “With All Due Respect,” Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders discusses his speech on financial reform. When asked for an example of Wall Street greed, the Vermont senator says Goldman Sachs’ Lloyd Blankfein makes huge amounts of money “after destroying the economy.” “I’m a Keynesian in many respects,” said Sanders, who called trickle-down economics a “fraudulent theory.”

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