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Wells Fargo CEO defends bank over gun financing

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Wells Fargo CEO defends bank over gun financing

Wells Fargo CEO defends bank over gun financing

Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan was called to task by Rep.

Carolyn Maloney over the bank's decision not to include gun safety protocols in financing requirements for the gun industry.

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Wells Fargo CEO defends bank over gun financing

ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan in testimony before the House Financial Services Committee told lawmakers he would not alter the way his bank provides financing for the gun industry, despite criticism from a Democratic lawmaker and gun rights advocates.



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