Left billionaire Tom Steyer speaks at a conference in Washington, Nov. 19, 2014.
Left billionaire Tom Steyer fails in a Rolling Stone interview this week that “a nuclear war” could be a “course correction” for the U.S. following is a Donald Trump presidency.
In their discussion, Rolling Stone’s Tim Dickinson argued that Democrats ” accuse the refusal of President George W. Bush in 2006 and helped the party both chambers of Congress this year, paving two take the way for Barack Obama-term-presidency.
A conversation with Tom Steyer, the Liberal billionaire bankrolling the trump card of the prosecution https://t.co/j0X92ntQ6O pic.twitter.com/oBtMR2dbOg
— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) 29. June 2018
But Steyer performance indicators that the attitude of Bush in office meant the USA had to endure, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the Great recession of 2007-09.
“…(I)f the answer is that we need these three things to happen, for a course correction, I would prefer to move a little faster,” says Steyer …, But I take your point. Maybe we can have a nuclear war and then we get a real course correction.”
But Steyer quickly backpedaled from the explosive rhetoric.
“I should have paid a bit more,” he said. “I take back the comment about the nuclear war. The correction happened because the United States is screwed, and the American citizens lost their homes and the American citizens lost their lives – and, by the way, it was a terrible climate in the context of the crisis in New Orleans that the President [Bush] groping.”
“I should have paid a bit more. I take back the comment about the nuclear war. The correction happened because the United States is screwed, and the American citizens lost their homes and the American citizens lost their lives … “
– Tom Steyer, a liberal donor
Steyer, 61, a native of New York, lives in California, is known for its multi-million-dollar-effort accused Trump. But not all Democrats are on Board.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., for example, has suggested through impeachment damage Democrats ” in future elections prospects.
Steyer has reportedly committed $ 40 million for his “charges” campaign since the launch last October.
Bradford Betz is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bradford_betz.