JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon continued his congressional hearing soft-grilling at the House of Representatives, where he dodged Rep. Barney Frank’s tough questions about his compensation. “My compensation is 100 percent up to my board,” Dimon says. “They will do what they see as appropriate. … I can’t tell my board what to do.” Cenk says, “Apparently, his board thinks he’s a genius even if he loses $2 billion in trades.”
Cenk and panelists discuss Obama's response to the NSA scandal, protests in Turkey and Brazil, the North Carolina NAACP's "Moral Mondays" and more TONIGHT 7E/4P.