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It is amusing to see liberal Americans like Bill Gates reject the candidacy of Senator Elizabeth Warren.  The founder of Microsoft, and a man worth $110 billion dollars, does not like Warren’s proposed wealth tax which would diminish his own wealth substantially.
Mr. Gates is about as politically correct as they come despite owning a $125 million dollar estate.  The 64 year old travels via private jet and collects expensive automobiles, but he gives away millions to charity and usually tows the leftist line on things like climate change.
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VOD - NBC Panel Hopes Dems Can 'Dramatize' Impeachment Hearings With Crying Witnesses
Following Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd grilled Republican Senator Rand Paul and tossed softballs to Democratic Congressman Jim Himes on Sunday, regarding impeachment, the political panel admitted that House Democrats had an uphill battle in upcoming public hearings. The worried journalists urged liberal lawmakers to "dramatize" those hearings as much as possible and hoped some of the witnesses would cry or become "emotional." "I think in those two segments, with Rand Paul and Jim Himes, we had a good snapshot of how difficult this is going to be for the - for the Democrats to convince the country that this is extraordinary behavior that disqualifies the President from office," The Washington Post's David Ignatius admitted. Ignatius then offered advice to Democrats on how to change that image problem: "The one thing that will break through, I think, is if this can be dramatized so that our diplomats struggling against the President feel like soldiers in a battlefield, and their commander abandoned them." He argued: "...if that gets through...It makes it a very different process."