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How Elizabeth Warren rose from a nearly broke Midwestern upbringing to a top Democratic presidential candidate — and Wall Street's worst enemy

Business Insider Tuesday, 5 November 2019
How Elizabeth Warren rose from a nearly broke Midwestern upbringing to a top Democratic presidential candidate — and Wall Street's worst enemy· Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren has forged a political identity as a fighter who wants to level the playing field for the American middle class.
· Now she is seeking the presidency, centering her campaign on a progressive vision to tilt the economic scales of power away from corporations and the...
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Billionaire Leon Cooperman is worried about democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren. He says Warren "vilifies" the rich through her wealth tax policy, according to Business Insider. "I feel she's taking the country down a very wrong path," Cooperman said on CNBC Monday. The famous founder...

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