Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) on Monday delivered a message to billionaires, stating that the people want their “power” — not their money.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) accepted a significant donation in August 2018 from billionaire and 2020 presidential candidate Tom Steyer.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) campaign posted a picture of the presidential hopeful wielding a lightsaber, warning “Billionaires, Wall Street CEOs, and Sith Lords” to “beware.”
Actress and comedian Jane Lynch blasted Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) after the presidential hopeful bemoaned billionaires in wine caves during Thursday’s debate, accusing Warren of engaging in “ugly” class warfare.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) battled it out in a contentious back and forth over the South Bend mayor’s support from wealthy donors during Thursday’s debate, but Warren — a millionaire herself — has received money from at least 30 billionaires over her political career.
Former Vice President Joe Biden claimed during the PBS/Politico 2020 Democrat presidential primary debate that the billionaire donor class opposes his agenda for the nation.
Warren immediately attacked Buttigieg’s recent fundraiser in Napa Valley, California, in a wine cave full of crystals and $900 bottles of wine.
Harvard University’s guest speaker Anand Giridharas recently told students that donations to charity by the wealthy are a deceptive means of covering the injustices that the elites have created in society.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) told a group of supporters over the weekend she is “tired” of being told free college and Medicare for All are handouts, arguing “nobody else is giving us a damn thing.”
Billionaire Michael Bloomberg (D) is offering to pay campaign field staffers $6,000 per month, a job application for the position shows.
South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg says he does not consider his taking donations from billionaires as “big money in politics,” a phrase often used by the 2020 Democrats running for president.
Billionaire Michael Bloomberg, worth an estimated $54 billion, enjoys his own fleet of private jets and helicopters while describing himself as a “global leader” on the environment and climate change.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) on Monday took another shot at billionaire Michael Bloomberg, remarking that the “dumbest person on Earth” could run for president if they had billions of dollars.
Former New York City mayor and Democrat presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg once described tax hikes on the poor as a “good thing,” arguing that it essentially prevents lower-income individuals from purchasing things that would be detrimental to their health.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) kicked off her campaign event in Ankeny, Iowa, on Monday by blasting Michael Bloomberg and his “version of democracy,” arguing that he is not relying on people but “bags and bags of money” to “buy the nomination.”
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is expected to zero in on Michael Bloomberg, who officially jumped into the presidential ring on Sunday, with supporters describing his entry as “one of the most important things that happened to her campaign.”
Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Bernie Sanders (I-VT) extended a chilly welcome to Michael Bloomberg following his official entry into the presidential race, with Sanders proclaiming that “billionaires like Mr. Bloomberg are not going to get very far in this election.”
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said he is “disgusted” by Michael Bloomberg’s decision to purchase a massive $33 million ad buy, describing it as the “latest example of a rigged political system that we are going to change when we’re in the White House.”
Billionaire Michael Bloomberg signaled that he is one step closer to announcing a presidential bid, securing a multimillion-dollar ad buy spanning across 32 states, it was reported on Friday.
Blankfein jabbed back at Warren after she featured him in an ad attacking wealthy men for criticizing her policies.