Well, the cat is finally out of the bag!! I'm a member of the Black Voices for Trump Advisory Council. There are 35 of us from across the nation and we are determined to ensure a Trump 2020 Victory.
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- Mark Cuban: Warren Touting Wealth Tax to 'Divert Attention from Her Income and Net Worth' — Warren has made millionaires and billionaires a central target of her campaign, proposing an “Ultra-Millionaire Tax,” which levies a two percent tax on individuals with $50 million in assets or more. The percentage increases to three percent for those with $1 billion or more. Warren also says she will pay for her $52 trillion Medicare for All plan, in part, by “asking billionaires to pitch in six cents on each dollar of net worth above $1 billion.” She recently unveiled her sarcastic “calculator for the billionaires,” which she used to hit Michael Bloomberg directly:
- Doug Ross @ Journal: TRIGGER WARNING: Presidential Net Worth Comparison --- Before and After Leaving Office — Respectfully, it's likely to be the opposite. The way it's headed, expect Trump to be bankrupt and/or in jail just a short time after leaving office. That is, unless there's a clandestine effort to take the Oligarchs down. Let's hope it's the latter, or this country is toast. To which I responded: I agree completely. This is just meant to trigger the kooks.
- Trump Reaches Out to Black Voters - The New York Times — Kicking off a new campaign effort called “Black Voices for Trump,” the president sought to recalibrate his message as he heads into next year’s re-election effort. Addressing several hundred African-American supporters who signed up to help him win another term, he vowed to compete for support across racial lines.