Democrat Warren rejects money from big tech, bank executives in White House bid
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 U.S. Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren said on Tuesday that she will not accept campaign contributions of more than $200 from executives at large tech companies, big banks, private equity firms or hedge funds, escalating her quest to eliminate the influence of moneyed interests on her campaign.
Elizabeth Warren's presidential campaign won't accept major donations from executives in tech and finance.
The announcement came during the Democratic Presidential debate Tuesday.
Warren says Facebook, Google, and Amazon are monopolies that should be more heavily regulated.
She also urged other...
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