Republicans Are Happy To Let Howard Schultz Bash Democratic Proposals For Them

Republicans Are Happy To Let Howard Schultz Bash Democratic Proposals For Them

Trump sent the tweet Monday morning after Schultz said Sunday during an interview with "60 Minutes" that he is seriously considering running for the president as an independent in 2020.

The Democratic National Committee is not happy about his rejection of the party, issuing a statement this week stressing that their primary focus is on taking down Trump, "and anyone who shares that goal should vote for the Democrat nominee in 2020", NBC notes.

The column, which is titled 'Howard Schultz Could Actually Win the Presidency, ' blasted Democrats and liberals for opposing the billionaire's possible entry into the 2020 race for fear that it could siphon enough votes and ensure re-election for President Trump. "Go back to being ratioed on Twitter!". Schultz, who said this past weekend he's considering running for president as an independent, is also seeking to appeal to moderate voters. "I'm certainly not going to do anything to put Donald Trump back in the oval office".

While Schultz continues to promote his new memoir, "From the Ground Up", and to stoke speculation about his political future, Dean hopes the public backlash against his candidacy will cut through what the consultants have been telling him. It is not a solicitation to make any exchange in commodities, securities or other financial instruments.

In a Tuesday appearance on "The View", Howard Schultz diminished the importance of voters' abortion beliefs.

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Howard Schultz, the billionaire former Starbucks CEO, speaks at a book event on January 28, 2019, in New York City.

The president's tasteful you-rent-in-the-building-I-own joke was hardly the meanest comment pointed toward Schultz on Monday.

"I'm sure he's hired consultants who want his money and who'll tell him what he wants to hear", Dean said. "I want to see America win". Not just wrong, but "not American", he says.

"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. "We would do everything we can to ensure that his candidacy is unsuccessful", said Patrick McHugh, executive director of Priorities USA, which spent almost $200 million in the 2016 presidential contest. His Tuesday started with a question-and-answer session at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at St. Anselm College, a popular campaign stop for presidential candidates, before heading to Nashua for a tour of the oldest pin manufacturer in the country and a pizza lunch with factory employees there.