Joe Biden Knocks Park Avenue Despite His Campaign Raking In Over $1 Million From Wall Street Donors
During a CNN drive-in town hall Thursday, 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden characterized his campaign as a righteous campaign for the working-class people of Scranton, Pennsylvania, against the affluent executives in Manhattan profiting off middle American labor.
Joe Biden characterizes his campaign as a campaign between Scranton and Park Avenue.
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) September 18, 2020
“I really do view this campaign as a campaign between Scranton and Park Avenue,” Biden said. “And I really mean it … All that Trump can see from Park Avenue is Wall Street. All he thinks about is the stock market.”
This election is Scranton vs. Park Avenue.
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) September 18, 2020
While Biden tarnished his November opponent as a puppet of Wall Street however, Biden’s campaign and transition team possesses a number of notable connections to the New York financial district of its own.
CNBC Political Finance Reporter Brian Schwartz pointed out on Twitter that Biden’s transition team co-chair features Jeff Zients, the CEO of the investment firm Cranemere. Meanwhile, 32 Advisors Founder Robert Wolf, and prominent investment manager Jim Chanos have also each held fundraisers for the former vice president.
-Orin Kramer, founder of a hedge fund, raising money for Biden
James Murdoch, founder of investment firm Lupa Systems, recently gave $615,000 to Biden Victory Fund
-Mike Novogratz, former partner at Goldman, gave $200,000 to Biden Action Fund
Marc Lasry & Blair Effron fundraising
— Brian Schwartz (@schwartzbCNBC) September 18, 2020
Schwartz continued, highlighting a list of Wall Street names who have generously contributed to a Biden victory, including Orin Kramer, James Murdoch, Mike Novogratz, Marc Lasry, and Blair Effron.
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