Are Democrats defining who is wealthy?

Are Democrats defining who is wealthy?
Are Democrats defining who is wealthy?
Jaden has a twine to tissue. Can you start to pay for Medicare for all spit? A lot of that was just completely glossed over last night, but I want to just come in ABC news, for one thing only talked about when, when there were each candidate was with highlighting the cost of each other’s plan. While some did not offer specific numbers that were numbers that were thrown around and discussion talked about how how it would increase in terms of tax and who would be tax, then, and Anna made it abundantly clear there were. There were candidates that said that they believe that they would talk a certain percentage percentage of the wealthy in order to carry out. Can you take the income from the wealthy 52 different programs? It’S not just Healthcare, it’s also the environment, it’s also Social Security. It’S not going to work dollars is that Elizabeth Warren’s plan her 2 % taxes of people for making over 150 million dollars in Ultra Millionaires and billionaires. But there is some question: as Joe Biden pointed out about how much I could actually pay for me to use it, so it fits her wealth tax proposal sort of her go to for every policy proposal.. She wants to find it. So I think you pretty effectively try to poke some holes in that which was interesting because Warren has prize in the polls over the summer and part because she has a plan for everything we say the rich people think we’re talking about billionaires. That’S not what those debates. Candidates are talking about last night. The unions will not support Medicare for all, but also their rank-and-file Bernie Sanders has given. The unions is letting these candidates talk. Last night it was
Washington Examiner Political Reporter Emily Larsen and Democratic Strategist Dallas Jones discuss the ABC Democratic debate. #FoxBusiness

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