The financial industry has donated $41 million to Clinton and only $109,000 to Trump, according to Bloomberg Businessweek. Warren doesn’t see that as Wall Street’s attempt to gain a bigger footprint in the Democratic Party. vocation“I don’t see it as a swing back to Democrats so much as I see it as supporting sanity. The financial-services people, as much as many of them would like to see more deregulation, are also deeply frightened by the prospect of a Trump presidency. Nuclear war is bad for business,” Warren said in an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek. The Democratic senator from Massachusetts did not elaborate on what she meant by nuclear war under Trump. On the business side, many economists have pointed out that Trump’s rhetoric on destroying trade deals like NAFTA and slapping tariffs on Mexico and China would hurt the U.S. more than help it.
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