Former President Barack Obama received a $400,000 speaking fee for an appearance at an A&E Network event on Thursday.
Former President Barack Obama, who decried income inequality and slammed “fat cat” bankers during his presidency, recently agreed to speak at a Wall Street firm’s conference for $400,000.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) is known for her screeds against Wall Street, but she tacitly endorsed the world’s third-largest asset manager with one photograph on Tuesday.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) took an apparent swipe at fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton in a new interview published Monday, arguing middle- and working-class voters did not believe the failed 2016 presidential candidate was committed to fighting for them.
Statues apparently do not move, CNN reported on Tuesday. Not even female ones. Not even in the snow.
Demonstrators on Monday temporarily took over Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer’s (N.Y.) office on Capitol Hill to protest his ties to Wall Street.