WASHINGTON — Stephen Colbert mocked big banks in his Comedy Central show on Feb. 14, raising concerns about why institutions are still "too big to fail," and suggesting that viewing Wells Fargo's balance sheet could melt a person's face.

As he often does, Colbert pretended to like big banks, saying that liberals should let go of their anger stemming from the financial crisis.

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