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Sharpening the Claws at Wells Fargo

``It appears at this point that plausible deniability is in short supply for Stumpf, so don't be surprised if he faces more ramifications than the clawbacks announced Tuesday. The focus on cross-selling is what's being blamed for creating the scandal -- and in Warren's viral video she wielded conference-call transcripts of his cross-selling boasts like a prosecutor with a bloodstained weapon.
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