Federal regulators are urging big banks to help government employees affected by the partial shutdown. Wells Fargo, one of the nations largest banks, is among those taking action. Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what they're doing for their customers affected by the shutdown. He also shares how his company is trying to move on from the Wells Fargo fake account fraud.

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