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The longtime senator is going to take on billionaire investor Leon Cooperman to a showdown in front of Congress.
According to CNBC, Warren penned a personal letter to Cooperman inviting him to appear before a Senate Finance subcommittee hearing on taxes.
There’s no doubt that Warren wants to use Cooperman to grab headlines.
But she’s promising to give Cooperman the floor to speak his piece.
In a Monday letter, she said she wanted to give him “an opportunity to discuss my Ultra-Millionaire Tax Act… “
Warren and Cooperman have come to blows in the past over the congresswoman’s controversial campaign, which she leaned on heavily during her failed 2020 presidential campaign.
That led Cooperman to blast the Massachusetts Senator, calling the campaign promise “misguided.”
However much it resonates with your base, your vilification of the rich is misguided, ignoring, among other things, the sources of their wealth and the substantial contributions to society which they already, unprompted by you, make.
Though Warren is promising to play nice, Cooperman reportedly has his doubts about appearing before the Senate.
“I’m trying to determine whether she’s being objective or whether she’s just trying to promote her own agenda,” Cooperman told CNBC. “I’m a bit suspicious given how she never responded to the letter I sent her before.”
Cooperman has reportedly lived the American Dream, and often shares the story of his humble, blue-collar beginnings in South Bronx, New York before moving onto work on Wall Street while being in debt — all before ultimately turning his opportunities into a fortune.
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But it doesn’t seem as though Warren is interested in any of that.
She wants to tax him for everything he’s got — while enjoying her own numerous, multimillion dollars homes across the country.
The Horn editorial team