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Obama says big-money donors back to Warren if she wins the nomination: report

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The former President Barack Obama and the promotion of Democratic bundlers pledge their full support to Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., you should win the party’s nomination for President, The hill reported Monday.

Warren has publicly blasted, billionaires, and corporations, promised alike and will not take campaign contributions from both, instead focusing on small-dollar contributions from the Democratic party grassroots. This move of dismay has caused among some of the wealthy Democrats about what action the senator might push, you should be President. In response, an Obama ally, told The hill that the former President will try to “rally the troops, especially in the financial services industry.

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Obama has refused to endorse a candidate in the Democratic primary race that includes former Vice-President Joe Biden. However, in private meetings, he has spoken to Warren, and made it clear he sees you as a formidable and able candidate.

“He is apparently said to be of the opinion, she is very smart,” a democratic donor. “He thinks your political ideas matter. And I think that he sees you, runs the action with the most depth.”

“He appreciates your intelligence and is impressed by the campaign they run,” a former Obama aide told The hill. “If anything, it has most of the material achievements of his time in the White house. And he is someone who can talk in detail on their awards.”

The former President Barack Obama has spoken to Sen. Elizabeth Warren, the wealthy Democratic donors in the last few weeks in media reports.
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Warren’s campaign did not immediately return messages from Fox News on Monday.

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Warren will secure the support of some former Obama campaign employees. Last week, more than 200 under-and mid-level Obama campaign staff threw their support to Warren. She has yet to garner the support of senior-level Obama as the former Secretary of state John Kerry and the former Minister of Finance Jack Lew, Biden support.

Warren has to do with the income inequality a focus of their campaign while pushing for a higher minimum wage, and radiation corporations for not to in order to help the American worker.

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She criticized fellow candidate Pete Buttigieg during last week’s democratic debate for fraternizing with the donors at his “wine cave” – campaign, Fundraising activities, leading to allegations that they tried to wage the class struggle.

“The mayor just recently, a fundraiser was held in a wine cave full of crystals and serves 900 US-dollars-a-bottle of-wine,” Warren said.

The senator was promptly fundraisers called about her past, including the 2018 event at the City Winery in Boston, where singer Melissa Etheridge and donors $2,700 paid out for the VIP experience, and a souvenir wine bottle for $1,000.

Others have criticized Warren for their financial transactions, which they say runs contrary to their knocks on the rich. Recently released financial records show it has $1.9 million of the private legal work goes back three decades.

After Warren ‘ s jab at the Buttigieg, South Bend, Ind., the mayor said Warren accepted donations from wealthy donors, the lead during their Senate.

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Obama’s praise of Warren comes after the pair were said to have differences of opinion on economic issues during his time in the White house. In 2015, Obama was blind to employ for their opposition against the Trans-Pacific nership (TPP), calling them “a politician like everyone else.”

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In 2017, Warren said, she was very anxious to hear how Obama’s six-digit public space fees.

During a speech at a private event about the leadership in Singapore last week, Obama said women are “indisputably better than men”, the BBC reported. Not to mention it, Warren.

“I am absolutely confident that for two years, if every nation on earth was of women, you would see a significant improvement on the line on pretty much everything … the standard of living and the results,” he said.

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