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'I'm not sure how open-minded she is': Bill Gates criticises Elizabeth Warren's wealth tax

The Age Wednesday, 6 November 2019 ()
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates became the latest billionaire to take aim at Elizabeth Warren for her signature wealth tax.
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Billionaire Leon Cooperman is worried about democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren. He says Warren "vilifies" the rich through her wealth tax policy, according to Business Insider. "I feel she's taking the country down a very wrong path," Cooperman said on CNBC Monday. The famous founder...

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