Regardless of your opinion of Warren she's not wrong. So far almost all the names that have been floated are career politicians, lobbyists, or people
that personally benefited from the bailouts. How exactly is that "draining the swamp?" So far pretty much the only outsider I've heard rumored is
Linda McMahon for Secretary of Commerce.
She is the last that should to talk about CEOs when she swims herself with the trash from Wall street, and not just the wealthiest CEOs but the trash
that works behind the CEOs, their lawyers, they are called "what it swims in the sewers and underground." The worst of the worst.
That may well be, but this is not the sort of start that heralds such a mission being in the offing. This seems like the corporate being married ever
closer to the state, in a nation where the line between the two was only barely visible or tangible in the first place.
And Trump has admitted to playing the system for his own benefit. But he's supposedly going to "drain the swamp." Like I said, regardless of your view
of Warren the point she makes is fair. Trump is surrounding himself with the exact same people that got us in this mess in the first place.
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