Video: Fisher vs. Gregg on how to end 'Too Big to Fail'
Fisher—a Wall Street veteran with public service experience, including a stint in the Treasury Department during the Carter administration—said on "Squawk Box" that he wants "to make sure the taxpayer didn't get stuck with the bill again. Gregg, a Republican who also served as governor of New Hampshire—agreed, telling CNBC: "It's inexcusable. Taxpayers' dollars should not be at risk for private investment."
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