We already know the CEOs were served bread and water (sans ice, no refills) as though they were common criminals, and that having successfully sneaked a few mini bottles of Boone's that he surreptitiously took swigs of throughout the hour, Ken Lewis was emboldened enough to comment (slur) that he'd sooner see Bank of America consigned to scrap heap of corporate history than suck up to Geithner and Summers, "like everyone else at this table." But so far this is the best detail to come out of Obama's lunch date with the banks:
In an attempt at levity at the meeting, J.P. Morgan Chase chief executive Jamie Dimon presented Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner with a fake check, according to a person who was briefed on the gathering. Geithner looked at it and, without smiling, handed it back to Dimon.
Moves to Repay Rescue Money [Washington Post]