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Buttigieg donor list leaves out names of more than 20 contributors: report

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Pete Buttigieg on the left of the names of some of his biggest donors, including former U.S. Ambassador and Obama donor as well as a Hollywood producer, from a newly-published list of his campaign, the top-conveyer, according to a report.

The news comes after South Bend, Ind., the mayor to the suppression of criticism of top-tier Democratic rival, Sen. Elizabeth Warren-who is at the goal took him last week, accusing him of lack of transparency and mixed-financing among the rich, the his presidential run.

BUTTIGIEG RELEASES LIST OF CAMPAIGN FUNDRAISERS, ACCORDING TO THE CRITICISM OF WARREN

On Friday, Buttigieg campaign published a list on its website of more than 100 people, the $25,000 raised at least for his bid for the White house. Politico reported on Tuesday that the public list accounts for more than 20 high-level Fundraiser.

The name left in the list included those of Boston power broker Jack Connors, Jr, who admitted he was “all in for Pete Buttigieg” in an invitation to a June fundraising event, and Hollywood producer Jordan Horowitz, who produced the critically acclaimed film “La La Land”, Politico.

Other names, the Links from the list: John Petry, a hedge Fund investor, William Rahm, senior managing director at private-equity firm centerbridge ners, Nicole Avant, former U.S. Ambassador to the Bahamas; and John Phillips, a former U.S. Ambassador in Italy. Both Avant and Phillips Barack Obama have supported.

Fox News has achieved, both Buttigieg and Warren campaigns for the comment.

The 20 people and couples on the left side of the new list have previously been fundraising already in an internal campaign-a report from Politico. In a statement to the news outlet, Buttigieg campaign, said that some of the bundlers – the names of people in your “investors ” circle” to be sent internally to the donor over the summer — were “accidentally” to the left of the new release list.

“In preparing this updated list, we went through the recalculation of totals from the previous list, to make sure that we were right,” Buttigieg campaign spokesperson Chris Meagher, said in a statement.

In the midst of polls before the New Hampshire primary and Iowa caucus early next year, Warren, D-Mass., has taken on the Buttigieg and former Vice-President, Joe Biden, for the acceptance of campaign donations from the wealthy and well-connected aim.

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Buttigieg has also been criticism of the left-hand side, to an alleged lack of transparency over its work for the global consulting firm McKinsey & co. He responded last week by releasing a summary of its work, and called on the company to release him from the confidentiality agreement he had signed. It did later, and Buttigieg released a list of customers for whom he had worked.

Its customers from 2007 to 2010 included in the Michigan Blue Cross Blue Shield, Canadian grocery store and retail chain, Loblaw’s, Best Buy, a combination of the Natural Resources Defense Council, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy, for an energy project; environmental nonprofit, the Energy Foundation, the Department of Defense to work on the structure of the economies in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the US Postal Service.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw, Paul Steinhauser and Tara Prindiville contributed to this report.

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