AOC JPMorgan-Chef Jamie Dimon mocked the concern over ‘harsh’ criticism: ‘billionaires are questions for a safe space’

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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, said on Wednesday that billionaires are on the search for a “safe space” of the criticism, after JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, Sen. Elizabeth Warren rhetoric is said “to be demonized successful people in the world.”

“Y’ all, the billionaires are asking for a safe space – you know, in addition to the entire US economy and the political lobbying of the industry,” Ocasio-Cortez said in response to Dimon that Warren used “pretty harsh words” against him and other billionaires.

“I don’t know how vilifying someone,” he told CNBC. “I think we should applaud successful people in the world.”


It was not the first time that the comments of Dimon seemed to irritate Ocasio-Cortez.

In March, the Democrat-bat in the banking executive, after he criticised the Green New Deal, say the climate-change legislation, the Ocasio-Cortez, co-author of the “hurt the economy”, according to The hill.

Ocasio-Cortez, contrary to that perhaps Dimon was not the “best expert” to comment on the subject.

“JP Morgan agreed to pay, *$wrote 13 billion* about his large role in the mortgage systems, w ‘08 recession,” Ocasio-Cortez. “They are financing large fossil-fuel pipelines. It is the big money.”

“Maybe you *don’t* have the best authority for the prioritization of economic well-being of everyday people and the planet,” she added.

Then in April, at a House Financial Services Committee hearing, Ocasio-Cortez clashed with Dimon about the financial crisis of 2008.

“I represent the kids that go to jail for a jump [U] turnstiles, because you do not have a MetroCard,” Ocasio can afford-Cortez Dimon said at the hearing. “Do you think that more people should have gone to prison for their role in the financial crisis, which led to 7.8 million foreclosures in the 10 years between 2007 and 2016?”

On Tuesday, Warren tweeted that Dimon and other billionaires success in part because of the “possibilities, workers and public services that we all paid.”

You said you would help higher taxes for the top 1 percent of earners to pay for their estimated $52 trillion in Medicare-for-All plan.

“It is only fair that [Dimon] and his billionaire friends-chip, in order to ensure that everyone has a chance to be successful,” she tweeted.

Dimon higher taxes for the wealthy in the past, but he told CNBC that Warren would be Responsible capitalism, change the “whole of nature as a corporation.”


The proposal would make it easier for criminal prosecution of executives for the alleged misuse of their company.

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