Ed Driscoll

The Two Faces Of O

In the New York Post, Charles Gasparino writes, “In public, President Obama is on a tear against Wall Street. In private, not so much:”

Over the weekend, Obama attacked fat-cat investment bankers, telling “60 Minutes” he didn’t become president to aid and abet Wall Street — which, only a year after the financial meltdown and taxpayer bailout, is now scheduled to hand out tens of billions of dollars in bonuses to its bankers and traders.

But the president’s meeting yesterday with the CEOs of the largest banks was nearly a lovefest, I’m told by attendees.

You don’t say.