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CNBC, Cooperman Double Down On ‘Pity The Billionaire Curmudgeons’ Strategy To Counter Liz Warren

Frankly, the network's coverage of Warren now borders on the bizarre.

Frankly, the network's coverage of Warren now borders on the bizarre.
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4 comments on “CNBC, Cooperman Double Down On ‘Pity The Billionaire Curmudgeons’ Strategy To Counter Liz Warren

  1. Beware of super rich people saying taxing them is going to ruin the economy worse than a few hundred people compulsively hoarding the vast majority of the country’s entire wealth. Now if you’ll excuse me, I gotta go — I just got a text that one of my yachts has turned up at Lake Erie and I didn’t even know if was missing.

  2. Cooperman: “Every billionaire I know made their money by providing a productive useful service or product and that’s why they made their money.” What’s the productive service Cooperman has provided over his career. I’d love to hear it from the horse’s ass..er, mouth.

  3. How many billionaires are hedge fund managers……what the heck do they contribute to
    the lives of average American workers?

  4. Lol he is trying to garner sympathy because his income was already taxed? Seriously how stupid is this viewing audience. The average CEO salary is like 15mm. There is no fucking way he became a billionaire off income rather than capital. Capital gains are taxed a fraction of Income, and the income tax itself was probably manipulated so his effective rate was less than the average.

    Continue to sow divisiveness, that has worked out so well the past few years.

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