Jamie Dimon says he doesn't want to be vilified
"I understand that a person in this seat is going to be targeted in this day and age by certain politicians and stuff like that," Dimon said in an interview with Lesley Stahl for "60 Minutes."
But he said the idea that he isn't a patriot is "just dead wrong."
Dimon was responding to a question about criticism he's received from Democratic presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Warren recently tweeted that "Jamie Dimon and his buddies are successful in part because of the opportunities, workforce, and public services that we all paid for. It's only fair that he and his billionaire friends chip in to make sure everyone else has a chance to succeed."
Wall Street is no fan of Elizabeth Warren She went on to tweet that , "The system is working great for the wealthy and well-connected, and Jamie Dimon doesn't want that to change. I'm going to fight to make sure it works for everyone." In the "60 Minutes" interview, Dimon said he would not comment on anyone in particular, but reiterated a point he made during an interview with CNBC last week — saying he doesn't like when anyone is vilified. "You know, most people are good, not all of them. You should vilify Nazis, but you shouldn't vilify people who worked hard to accomplish things," Dimon told Stahl. "And so my comment is, I think it's American society, which is attacking each other all the time." Dimon said he believes that everyone should "work ...
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