Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders blasts Goldman Sachs following news of its massive $5 billion settlement with the government to settle claims it sold risky mortgage investments. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) At a rally in Rochester, New York, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders blasted big banks and Wall Street for their "corporate culture," saying "those days are over." Sanders criticized Goldman Sachs following news of the the company's $5 billion settlement with the federal government to settle claims it misled mortgage bond investors during the financial crisis. Sanders is continuing his push to win votes in New York, which holds its crucial primary on April 19. The latest polls show challenger Hillary Clinton with a sizeable lead in the state where she once served as U.S. senator.