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Sen. Warren Asks Why Clinton Ally Wasn’t Investigated in 2008 Financial Crisis

Sen. Warren Asks Why Clinton Ally Wasn’t Investigated for Role in 2008 Financial Crisis
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No suits have been perp-walked for crashing the economy in 2008, and one prominent Democratic Senator is calling for an investigation into why that is.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren is demanding that the Department of Justice Inspector General launch an internal investigation into why the DOJ never prosecuted people who were accused of wrongdoing in the run up to the financial meltdown. One of the accused is Bill Clinton’s former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin.

Then, Wells Fargo could be cruisin’ for a bruisin’. Though the bank settled with the CFPB — for opening 2 million fake accounts, to pad performance numbers — the Justice Department said that it is looking into the matter. And it hasn’t taken criminal prosecution off the table.

Finally, folks, Friday means it’s Garbage Can Day. If you’ve been frustrated by the Clinton campaign’s tendency to react with indignation to credible claims of unethical behavior, you might like this one.

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