"AIG became the poster company for Wall Street greed, fiscal mismanagement, and executive bonuses — the taxpayer and economy be damned. Now, AIG apparently seeks to become the poster company for corporate ingratitude and chutzpah," they wrote.
AIG got a $182 billion bailout, but former CEO Hank Greenberg has filed a suit against the government for what he says is a deal that forced shareholders to take heavy losses. His suit has already been rejected, but he is appealing it, and AIG itself is considering joining it.
Several other members have already blasted AIG for considering this move — Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenSanders: GOP blocked 'Trump proposal' to lower drug prices 10 no-brainer ways to cut healthcare costs without hurting quality Cures bill clears first Senate hurdle MORE (D-Mass.) earlier today said the idea of AIG suing the government is "outrageous."
— This story was updated at 3:44 p.m. to note that Rep. Gutierrez is also on the letter.