Charles Gasparino of the Fox Business Network notes that the "last person" Wall Street CEOs want to see as President is Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley.
"Larry Fink and Lloyd Blankfein want somebody -- the last person they want running in the Democratic Party is Martin O'Malley.
"Did you hear what Martin O'Malley said the other day? I mean point-blank, he, actually stole a line from one of my columns, but he said it point blank, 'Do you want to elect the candidates that are supported by the CEO of Goldman Sachs? Well that's Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton.'
"And I’m paraphrasing what he said, but he mentioned the CEO of Goldman Sachs, that's the last thing -- Lloyd Blankfein doesn't want to be in the news anymore. He got the you-know-what kicked out of him back in 2009, 2010 following the financial crisis and Goldman Sachs was the poster child for all that's wrong on Wall Street, the 'Vampire Squid,' and they've been out of the news and they're back in it because Martin O'Malley and the liberals, the progressive left are going to make Wall Street a campaign theme.
"So I don't think they want - they're waiting for him to get in, as a matter of fact, that speech will probably force them to give even more money to Hillary," Gasparino said.