Senate hopeful Elizabeth Warren said that if she had been a Senator in the hearing room Wednesday, she would have asked JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon if his firm's enormous trading loss had changed his mind on the need to regulate Wall Street. Warren has been using JPMorgan's billions in trading losses as a campaign issue, calling for accountability and tougher Wall Street reforms.
"I have had a lot of questions for him but what I would have started with is, after you managed to lose $3 billion in just a matter of weeks, does this make you change your view at all on all of the cheerleading that you've done to fight against regulation and to weaken regulations?" Warren said on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" Thursday. Warren also predicted Dimon's answer, "no."
Watch the question Warren would have asked Dimon: