The CEO also said that "when people talk about Dodd-Frank, they're worried that it will swing too far and actually impact our ability to help companies grow, employ more people, and things like that."
When Kudlow belabored his point by saying "I don't believe I have ever heard a U.S. president directly attack profits in this manner," Moynihan said "we believe that transparency and fairness and clarity are the right things."
When Kudlow asked if "Bank of America [would] survive a real systemic contagion in Europe," Moynihan said that "the reality is the exposure [in the U.S.] is far different," and that "we do feel confident."
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