Trump ‘failed at business and now… he’s failing at government — Michael Bloomberg

Kenny Tucker
January 31, 2019

Howard Schultz, the former Starbucks CEO who is openly contemplating an independent bid for the Presidency, deleted a tweet linking to an article that referred to Elizabeth Warren as "Fauxcahontas" and Kamala Harris as 'shrill'.

But Schultz told Perino - in an interview that will air later today on Fox News Channel - he believes Democrats have "over-rotated" on the issue and that if he runs, he would hurt Trump's vote totals more than the Democrat. Poor, hapless Howard Schultz and his overfunded midlife crisis just got in their way. Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg warned that Schultz would "just split the anti-Trump vote and end up re-electing the president", while liberal think-tank head Neera Tanden announced that she would spearhead a Starbucks boycott. "I'm certainly not going to do anything to put Donald Trump back in the oval office".

If it is something he proceeds with, Schultz will be a presidential candidate who has expressed disappointment with businesses and institutions that he once told CBC have let him and his fellow Americans down. It is not a solicitation to make any exchange in commodities, securities or other financial instruments.

Harris could be a potential competitor for both Schultz and Bloomberg, as they consider whether to run for president.

"Howard Schultz has spent a lot of time in the last 24 hours telling America that ideas from women are un-American", said Parkhomenko, NBC reports.

"The bottom line", McHugh said, "is that I don't think Americans are looking for another selfish billionaire to enter the race".

In response, Warren has taken to Twitter and offered statements to the press slamming Schultz, repeatedly describing him as a "billionaire" like it's a dirty word.

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Co-host Meghan McCain asked Schultz, who was there to promote his new book, "From the Ground Up: A Journey To Reimagine the Promise of America", why he wasn't focusing his efforts in New Hampshire or Iowa, where most presidential contenders usually campaign early on.

Schultz, a billionaire responsible for putting a Starbucks in every strip-mall in America, quit the firm a year ago.

"Unfortunately, we don't have a president that sees it that way", Bloomberg said on Tuesday.

"Free Medicare for all, government-paid, free college for all - first of all, there's no free".

"Health care is a human right!" the man chanted repeatedly, in apparent reference to Schultz's claim from the "60 Minutes" interview that "the country can not afford" to provide free health care for all. But to think that we should get rid of the insurance industry.

"I will spend the next few months deciding by traveling the country and listening to my fellow Americans", he continued.

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