Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren released information on Sunday about her past legal work, showing almost US$2 million in compensation from dozens of clients, as a dispute intensified with her rival Pete Buttigieg over transparency. Both Andrew Yang (D) and Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) did not fall too far behind Biden, with 9.3 percent and 8.2 percent, respectively.
In return, Warren has called on Buttigieg to allow media coverage of his private donor events and to disclose information about his past work at the consultancy company McKinsey.More news: 'Delicious' $120000 banana artwork taken off wall and eaten
Warren's campaign again called on her rivals to be transparent about their fundraising while releasing her compensation records-a comment that appeared to be aimed straight at Buttigieg. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, we have examples of Democratic candidates for president who have been rolling out their very liberal, even socialist, policy proposals that, added up, amount to clear visions for the country.
Warren has said she'd consider picking California Sen.
Buttigieg's campaign shot back by calling on Warren to post more years of tax returns beyond the 11 she has already made public - a demand reiterated by Lis Smith, a senior adviser to Buttigieg, on Thursday night.
"Voters are struggling and not sticking with their candidates", he said. Kamala Harris as a running mate.More news: Tiger Woods could play four games at Royal Melbourne Golf Club
Just 15 percent of respondents told Berkeley they had a positive impression of Michael Bloomberg, the former New York City mayor who recently announced his bid for the presidency. "We want to build a Democratic ticket and a stronger Democratic Party that's ready to get out there and compete at the national level, at the state level, at the local level".
Other than Warren, the top tier of Democrats has been made up entirely of white men.More news: New Robot With 'Emotional Intelligence' Arrives at Space Station