Buffett ‘sees’ who can nominate Democrat-US presidential election

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Warren Buffett, a prominent investor headed by Berkshire Hathaway, a US investment and insurance company, has yet to decide on a candidate for this year’s US presidential election.

Buffett said in an interview with the CNBC, “I’m going to see who gets the official nomination. I usually vote for the Democratic Party. You’ll see what will happen soon.”

For Senator Bernie Sanders, who has won and gained momentum at the New Hampshire preliminary election and the Nevada party rally, he agrees that the country should do more for the marginalized, but that capitalist gold Geese that lay their eggs “said they did not think it was necessary for that.

Buffett then chose Michael Bloomberg, the former Mayor of New York, over Sanders, who claims to be a “democracy “, and said, “Of course he will vote.”

Bloomberg News’ parent company, Bloomberg L.P., founder and majority stakeholder Bloomberg says he will sell the company if he is elected president, but it is likely that another buyer will pay more. Buffett said he would not be a buyer.

Buffett backed Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, and participated in a fundraising event for both former Presidents Obama and Clinton before the preliminary election in 2008.


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