The biggest cost of the TARP program might be the public's distrust of the government, according to inspector general Neil Barofsky. Ray Suarez reports.
Neil Barofsky, the special inspector general assigned to monitor the banking bailout, discusses his office's ongoing investigations into potential fraud in the TARP program and recent warnings on taxpayer risk.
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner faced new questions on the Obama administration's bank rescue on Capitol Hill Tuesday as the International Monetary Fund predicted U.S. financial institutions could lose $2.7 trillion from the global credit crisis.
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