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Former Wall Street Exec: Warren Is ‘Very Different’ Behind The Scenes

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A top former Wall Street executive said that Elizabeth Warren is “very different” in private conversations than she is on the campaign trail, when she’s agitating against income inequality.

Behold this paragraph buried in a Warren New York Times profile Tuesday morning:

“I think Senator Warren’s views are more pragmatic; I think she is very different in a conversation than when she’s on the stump,” said Robert Wolf, the former UBS executive who hosted Ms. Warren and other Senate Democrats for a fund-raiser on Martha’s Vineyard this summer.

The Times also reported that Warren convened a private meeting with top brass at JPMorgan Chase:

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“Maybe even more striking than invoking Scripture, the scourge of Wall Street is spending some time with bankers: She attended a party fund-raiser in July at the summer residence of a former UBS executive, and earlier this summer she met privately in Washington with JPMorgan Chase’s chief executive, Jamie Dimon.”

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