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Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren, as expected, occurred at a town hall event in North Carolina on Thursday, Ayanna Pressley, the Massachusetts Congressman who on Wednesday broke away from their Democratic “squad” pack to support your home-state senator.
The boost for Warren’s candidacy comes, as she spent the week fending off attacks from the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, and other Democratic rivals — and even billionaires Bill Gates and Jamie Dimon.
AYANNA PRESSLEY, AT THE BREAK OF THE ‘SQUAD’ BACK WARREN FOR PRESIDENT
It also comes as Warren has seen a surge in the polls. The latest figures show that your sen Bernie Sanders — exceed the choice of Squad members Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, and Rashida Tlaib — as they are now jockeys with Biden for the democratic party in the first place slot.
“This election is a battle for the soul of our nation. Elizabeth knows how to fight and knows how to win,” Pressley said in a video statement on Twitter. “I am proud to call her my senator. I can’t wait for you to call our President.”
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The endorsement of Pressley, the pay as the other Squad members to the attention of the media, which can help, such as Warren battles, people inside and outside your party, which proposed against their estimated $52 trillion “Medicare for all” plan-and you, the wealth tax to.
As Warren, the survey climbed to values, Biden, and other 2020 Democrats responded with ramped up attacks against her.
In an op-ed published Tuesday on Medium, Biden, Warren slammed as elitist and representative of the “angry unyielding position that has been our policy.” The former Vice-President Warren ‘ s “my way or the highway” approach to policy is “condescending to the millions of Democrats who have a different opinion” about what is best for the nation’s health care system, as well as other issues.
“[Warren is] my way or the highway [approach] to be condescending to the millions of Democrats who have a different view.”
— Joe BidenVideo
Last week, Warren presented a proposal about how they would pay for their health care proposal, including a 6-percent levy on assets worth more than $1 billion. Warren often rails against the ultra-rich, and has proposed a property tax to Finance a series of sweep plans, including Medicare-for-all, cancel student loan debt for the majority of Americans, and the provision of universal child care that is being introduced.
Also targeting Warren was this week, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., who continued their vocal opposition to their 2020 rival Medicare-for-all plan.
“’Medicare for all” is a good idea, and my question is, how this bill works and the fact that they kick 149 million people from your insurance in just four years-and I do not agree with him. And your name is bill,” Klobuchar said.
“You kick 149 million people from their insurance would be created within just four years … I’m not agree with him.”
— Sen Amy Klobucher, commented Warren Medicare-for-All planVideo
Klobuchar, experienced a boost in energy, and fundraising in recent weeks, after a well-received performance in October, the democratic presidential nomination debate, she agreed with Biden’s use of the term “elitist” to describe Warren’s approach to Medicare-for-all.
Warren received pushback from the rich.
Jamie Dimon — the JPMorgan Chase Chairman and chief executive, of the value of $ 1.6 billion – was to criticize the current Wall Street Executive, Warren said the senator “used some pretty harsh words” that “some would say, slandered, successful people.”
In an interview on CNBC this week, Dimon and Warren beat said Responsible capitalism would Act, change the “whole of nature as a corporation.” Warren introduced the measure in April as a way to make it easier to criminal prosecution and prison managers for the alleged human rights violations by their companies of the fact that no CEOs were prosecuted after the financial crisis.
“I think we have to look at [how] America was founded on free enterprise, freedom, and free enterprise interchangeably,” Dimon told CNBC. “If people are very specific things that we should do differently, then we should make us think differently.”
Warren fired back in a tweet and said that, “Dimon and his friends” were successful, because “the possibilities of workers and public services that we all paid,” and therefore should pay more taxes.
“The fact that you have responded, so strong, so angry!—on the question to chip in more of everything you need to know is told to you,” Warren said. “The system works wonderfully for the rich and well-connected, and Jamie Dimon don’t want to change that. I will fight to ensure it works for all.”
“I’m starting to do a little math’
Then on Wednesday, the Microsoft founder Bill Gates, while the New York Times/DealBook conference, has a Problem with Warren proposed, the property tax and the question of how you would be willing to “sit with someone you know who has to listen to large amounts of money” to, from their point of view.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates meets with the House Foreign Affairs Committee in Washington, Dec. 3, 2013. (Getty Images)
Gates said that he agrees with Warren’s attitude, that billionaires should not exist at all in the USA
“Maybe I’m biased to thinking that if you build a company that is super-valuable, that is, at least in part, Gates said that, you should be able to do a little for the consumer, and hopefully, the balance, people friendly things,”.
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“I paid more than $10 billion in taxes that I paid more than any other in taxes,” he continued. “I would have paid $20 billion in tax procedure. But, if you say I have to pay $must billion 100, OK, I’m starting a little math to do, what I have left, is over.”
Warren said on Twitter she was always glad to be with people who do not share their views, adding that gates would not have to pay as much as 100 billion dollars under your plan.
Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser and Adam Shaw, as well as Fox Business’ Megan Henney and Brittany De Lea contributed to this report.