Speaking at Harvard on female regulators of the finance industry, Sen.
Sitting on a panel Monday with former Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation chairwoman
"Sure," Warren said. "I didn't go to
Warren has been a lightning rod for criticism from the financial industry, with some donors threatening to withhold money from Senate Democrats if senators such as Warren and
In March, Warren responded to the criticism, posting on her website, "They can threaten or bully or say whatever they want, but we aren't going to change our game plan."
During Monday's conference, Warren recalled an encounter, which she mentioned in her recent book, with
Warren said Dimon then responded "so fine me. We can afford it," which she said at the conference showed that Dimon didn't intend to make real changes to his company's practices.
Dimon is not the only voice that has been critical of Warren's rhetoric. In March,
During questions Monday about women in power in America, Warren hinted at hers and others' reputations of being disruptive to the status quo.
"If you bring in people who aren't part of the club, there's going to be disruption," Warren said.
Warren has consistently ruled out a run for president. But when Suskind asked the panel, who had been hailed by TIME as the "New Sheriffs of
By contrast, Bair said she was concerned about Clinton's economic advisers' ties and approach to the financial industry.
"They are good people they are fine people, but I think they are very
For all of Warren's rattling of
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