When corporate chief executives appear before Congress, they come braced for battle, but hope for gentle treatment.
Tender handling is not what they got on Tuesday. Not from Republicans. Not from Democrats.
Not when they were representing Wells Fargo and Equifax — two huge companies that recently have harmed Americans.
"At best, you were incompetent. At worst, you were complicit. And either way you should be fired," Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., told Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan.