Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Tuesday urged the Federal Reserve to strengthen a rule curbing its emergency lending powers.
Billionaire Warren Buffett probably won’t be making any contributions to Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign, if there is one that is. In an interview on CNBC yesterday, Buffett chided the U.S. Senator from Massachusetts for coming across as angry in expressing her views about Wall Street. Show More Summary
Warren Buffett thinks Sen. Elizabeth Warren, R-Massachusetts, would be more effective if she were less angry.
Centrist Democrats are in a twit. Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren has reenergized the Democratic party, delivering a distinctly pro-Main Street message that resonates with average Americans across party lines. That has really ticked off the Wall Street wing (i.e. Show More Summary
Rich geezer Warren Buffett thinks Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren would be a more effective leader if she calmed down and got less mad about stuff that, in her view, is ruining the country. Read more...
That should be the title of this piece, which is actually titled “Centrist Dems ready strike against Warren wing”: Centrist Democrats are gathering their forces to fight back against the “Elizabeth Warren wing” of their party, fearing a sharp turn to the left could prove disastrous in the 2016 elections. Show More Summary
Bonnie Watson Coleman will not attend. She joins a list of 55 Democrats planning to skip the speech; that list includes senators Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Al Franken, Sheldon Whitehouse and Patrick Leahy. House members boycotting...Show More Summary
Buffett’s advice for Senator Elizabeth Warren is to be less angry and demonize less. “Well, I think she would do better if she was less angry and demonized less. I believe in ‘hate the sin and love the sinner,’” he said. Buffett said it’s a mistake for lawmakers like Warren to get angry with those [...]
Good for Elizabeth Warren. Warren announced she would not attend the speech in a statement issued by her office Monday evening. "I strongly support Israel, and I remain deeply concerned about the prospect of an Iranian nuclear weapon, which I discussed in detail with Prime Minister Netanyahu when we met in...
Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Al Franken (D-Minn.) announced Monday that they will not attend Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Tuesday address to a joint session of Congress. One day after President Barack Obama said...Show More Summary
Last week we were treated to an unusual debate on a key provision of the Trans- Pacific Partnership (TPP), Investor State Dispute Settlement (ISDS). Senator Elizabeth Warren's Op-Ed in the Washington Post was followed by a rebuttal from...Show More Summary
Billionaire Warren Buffett isn’t a fan of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) populist rhetoric, Business Insider reports. Said Buffett: “I think that she would do better if she was less angry and demonizing. I believe in ‘hate the sin but love [...] The post Buffett Says Warren Should Be ‘Less Angry’ appeared first on Political Wire.
Warren Buffett said on CNBC today he doesn't like how "angry" and "violent" Elizabeth Warren is in her anti-Wall Street rhetoric.
"I think that she would do better if she was less angry and demonized less,” Buffett said about Warren's tone
Despite his sympathy for the Democratic Party, investment billionaire Warren Buffett isn’t a fan of all potential 2016 candidates, telling CNBC on Monday that Democratic Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is too “angry” and unnecessarily ”demonizes”...Show More Summary
If you have not yet read Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-Mass.) spot-on Washington Post op-ed exposing the perils to public interest safeguards and our national sovereignty and solvency posed by investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) in...Show More Summary
Warren Buffett thinks Elizabeth Warren should dial down the anger. “She would do better if she was less angry and demonized less,” said the Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO on Monday when CNBC anchor Joe Kernen asked for his thoughts...Show More Summary
Billionaire Warren Buffett feels that Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is too angry in her pursuit of financial reform. The post Major American Businessman Says Elizabeth Warren Should Be ‘Less Angry’ appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett isn't a fan of Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-Massachusetts) populist style. In a Monday interview on CNBC's "Squawk Box," Buffett argued that Warren should be "less angry and demonizing." "I think that she would do better if she was less angry and demonizing. Show More Summary