NEW YORK — U.S. politicians are behaving like children by not passing a new stimulus bill that could help Americans whose income has been wiped out by the coronavirus pandemic, JPMorgan Chase & Co Chief Executive Jamie Dimon said on Wednesday at a New York Times conference.
“This is childish behavior on the part of our politicians,” Dimon said about an impasse between Democrats and Republicans over how much additional spending should be authorized.
The two parties should split the difference between the amounts they want to devote to coronavirus relief, he said.
“Just get it done,” he said, declining to blame one side over the other.
The issue came up again in Congr…