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Elizabeth Warren Disses Eric Cantor's New Job: Selling Access to Wall Street

Elizabeth Warren had a chance to rip in to Eric Cantor on a Katie Couric interview Wednesday. She did not hold back: 

"This is wrong," Warren said in regard to Cantor's new role as vice chairman and managing director at Moelis & Co. "People work in Washington and, man, they hit that revolving door with a speed that would blind you." She went on to claim that banks hire politicians like Cantor "not because they bring great expertise and insight, but because they're selling access back into their former colleagues who are still writing policy...We've got a Washington now that works for anyone who can hire armies of lobbyists and lawyers, and it doesn't work for regular families."

Interestingly, she knocks the presumptive Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, a bit, too. Not by what she says, but by hedging when asked about Clinton's ties to Wall Street. Warren "worries" about "everyone." We expect that means Hillary as well. And Warren's not wrong about that.

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