"So the guy who used to run insurance giant AIG is mad, because when his company was hit by a calamity they clearly weren't prepared for, the group that stepped in to provide funds for them that they desperately needed assessed the company and thought, well, they've engaged in a history of risky behaviors and had a pre existing condition called 'the money's all gone-orrhea,' and so they charged them a higher rate for the money that they needed, almost to the point of taking of the company, profiting from their misfortune, if you will," Stewart said. "Did that upset you, AIG? Because it's also known as your business model."
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