Seven Democratic 2020 hopefuls will square off on Tuesday at the CBS News and Congressional Black Caucus Institute debate in Charleston, South Carolina.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, former VP Joe Biden, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg and businessman Tom Steyer have all qualified to make the stage.
Lee Fang, an investigative journalist for The Intercept, broke down eight questions that could haunt Bloomberg, here is his thread:
Bloomberg has not released his tax returns & has delayed his mandatory ethics disclosure. The Intercept published d… https://t.co/JkAgWUsbx9— Lee Fang (@Lee Fang)1582672171.0
The Washington Post estimates Bloomberg LP earns up to 5% of its revenues from China. How much does Bloomberg he ea… https://t.co/IBz6SNyDLq— Lee Fang (@Lee Fang)1582672458.0
New audio released this week shows Bloomberg speaking to Goldman Sachs, telling bankers he didn't sincerely endorse… https://t.co/JCECMv0405— Lee Fang (@Lee Fang)1582672999.0
The gig economy is rapidly reshaping the service industry allowing firms to categorize full time workers as contrac… https://t.co/6Ot3WJG2Ew— Lee Fang (@Lee Fang)1582673688.0
Nearly 1 in 2 African American seniors live perilously close to abject poverty & rely on Social Security for their… https://t.co/IMVFJNJtHK— Lee Fang (@Lee Fang)1582674196.0