Trump & # 39; s former veteran affairs secretary and an ex-republican senator attend Joe Biden's fundraising campaign

Trump & # 39; s former Veterans Affairs secretary and a former Republican senator attend fundraising campaign with Joe Biden in the Wall Street Tycoon home, but Elizabeth Warren beats the precursor for spending time with millionaires

  • Biden attended a fundraiser of $ 2,800 per capita with a New York investor
  • Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin, who was confirmed under Trump and also served in the Obama administration
  • Trump expelled Shulkin after a report on wasteful spending, and then the White House doctor, Dr. Ronny Jackson, to whom the nomination was soon withdrawn
  • There was also New York Republican Sen. Al D & Amato and the millionaire supermarket magnate John Catsimatidis.

Joe Biden & # 39; s fundraising at a New York Wall Street governing body drew the presence of former Foreign Minister Trump Veterans David Shulkin as well as former Republican Senator Al D & Amato.

The $ 2,800 per head event, at Jim Chanos' house on Wall Street, also included the billionaire and former Trump supporter John Catsimatides, who owns the Gristedes supermarket chain and who ate with Trump last year.

Trump nominated Shulkin to serve as the Veterans & # 39; Department as he Veterans & # 39; medical care made a top problem in his campaign.

Former Vice President Joe Biden & # 39; s fundraising with a Wall Street New York official attracted a former Republican senator and the former VA secretary of President Trump

Former Vice President Joe Biden & # 39; s fundraising with a Wall Street New York official attracted a former Republican senator and the former VA secretary of President Trump

But he eventually forced him to follow an Inspector General's report on wasteful spending.

Trump announced his decision on Twitter in 2018, when he also revealed that he was the White House doctor. Ronny Jackson would nominate at the post. That nomination quickly unraveled.

There was also the old New York Republican man, senator Al D & Amato, who is now a lobbyist with Park Strategies. They were accompanied by investor and former Barack Obama fundraising campaign Robert Wolf and New York Democratic Rep. Carolyn Maloney.

The event, hours after Biden spoke at the Poor People's Campaign, a forum run by clergymen in Washington, emphasized his strength as a fundraiser while continuing to lead the democratic field in national and battlefield polls.

Some participants in Joe Biden's fundraiser had connections with President Trump, who walks through Biden in national head-to-head early poll matchups

Some participants in Joe Biden's fundraiser had connections with President Trump, who walks through Biden in national head-to-head early poll matchups

Some participants in Joe Biden's fundraiser had connections with President Trump, who walks through Biden in national head-to-head early poll matchups

Senator Elizabeth Warren fished for other rivals for & # 39; behind closed doors & # 39; to meet with a bunch of millionaires & # 39;

Senator Elizabeth Warren fished for other rivals for & # 39; behind closed doors & # 39; to meet with a bunch of millionaires & # 39;

Senator Elizabeth Warren fished for other rivals for & # 39; behind closed doors & # 39; to meet with a bunch of millionaires & # 39;

& # 39; Everyone is entitled to decent treatment & # 39 ;, said Biden during the event at the penthouse event in East Side. & # 39; Everyone should get half a chance. You know, you're great, but Wall Street didn't build America. You are incredibly important, but you have not built America. "Ordinary, hard-working, middle-class people who have been given half the chance is what America has built," he said, as a pool reporter who attended the said event.

Amato, a productive fundraiser when he was a candidate, donated to former Ohio government leader John Kasich, who was ultimately the last GOP challenger to face Trump during the 2016 Republican primaries.

Rival Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren took a battle at Biden on Monday at Monday.

& # 39; I now do more than 100 town halls. I've been to many places in this country, I've taken over 2,000 unfiltered questions from people who now record more than 30,000 selfies, & she said. & # 39; Ask yourself why I have time and most of the other candidates have done it. And the reason is because I don't spend that time behind closed doors with a bunch of millionaires. & # 39;

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