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Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer speaks with Fox News about the fragmentation of the democratic party, the Republicans, who would he appointed to his Cabinet, and what he would say to the coal miners that lose their jobs because of his policies.
MANCHESTER, N. H. – democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer defendant’s nomination rival, Pete Buttigieg on Monday not aggressive enough on the issue of climate change.
Steyer, speaking with reporters during the election campaign in New Hampshire, was asked a question from Fox News about a different rival – Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts. But he pivoted quickly to the South Bend, Ind., Mayor, was a popular destination in last week’s primary debate – to say: “for me, the question I asked Pete Buttigieg on the stage, is not why you have a better climate attitude?”
“’You are 37 years old. You, you’re a generation of people who understand it, know that this is the number one issue in front of us. Why aren’t you more on the climate?’ For me, this is an absolutely crucial question to answer for him,” the 62-year-old hedge-Fund manager turned billionaire environmental advocate said.
Steyer, whose signature issue is climate change, referring to his jab to Buttigieg on the last Thursday Democratic presidential primary debate.
Steyer – who vows to “declare a state of emergency on day one” in relation to climate change, if he wins the White house – was the steps, he would make outlines, to combat the global crisis, he turned to Buttigieg and said: “I would like to prioritize mayor Buttigieg this higher, because the people in his generation to understand that this is a crisis that we have right now, but it is also the best opportunity to rebuild and reinvent America.”
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Buttigieg– who along with Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, and Warren, as part of the top group of the four candidate replied, “I have made it clear that this is a topic of the day is an action,” before we get into the details of the plan, he is presented to the climate change fight.
Steyer has repeatedly announced that climate change “my number one priority” and stressed that “I believe that there is someone else running for President to say.”
Asked by Fox News whether he was satisfied with Buttigieg answer on the debate stage last week, Steyer said: “no. I don’t think so. I don’t think he responded directly to all of them. I think that is a fact.”