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SXSW: Howard Schultz Warns Trump Might Win Against Sanders

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SXSW: Howard Schultz Warns Trump Might Win Against Sanders

SXSW: Howard Schultz Warns Trump Might Win Against Sanders

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says that Donald Trump might win again if he runs against Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Elizabeth Warren, or Bernie Sanders.

That's because "the vast majority of Americans are not going to embrace socialism," he said during a keynote presentation at SXSW on Saturday.

He added that it appears to him that the Democratic Party has decided that the way to beat Donald Trump is socialism.

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