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Jennifer Granholm Aug 13
-- Working poor got $60. -- Top 1% got $51,140. -- America got trillions in debt.
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal Aug 13
The truth about the : the richest got even richer and everyone else got empty promises and declining wages.
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Elizabeth Warren Aug 13
The Trump Admin has decided that banks aren't part of the “financial services” industry, & that they should get an additional $2.5 billion in tax giveaways under the . There’s no limit to what will do to reward his rich buddies.
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Team Sean Casten Aug 14
Today is Social Security’s 83rd birthday! 🎉🎈🎂 How is Roskam celebrating this milestone? By trying defund it to pay for $2.3 trillion he added to the federal deficit with the
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Dan Yoken Aug 13
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Nancy Pelosi Aug 16
Prioritize the rich by passing the . ✔️ Ensure wealthy people and big corporations shipping jobs overseas received their multi-million dollar (yacht) tax break. ✔️ Launch misleading ads about candidates paid for by the Koch's and Sheldon Adelson's millions. ✔️
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Elizabeth Warren Aug 16
My big new bill, the Accountable Capitalism Act, would restore the idea that big American companies should look out for their workers, not just their shareholders. Why do we need to pass this bill? Just look at what’s happened since the passed.
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House Democrats Aug 13
The evidence is clear—the enriched wealthy investors and left working Americans behind.
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Matthew Bailey Aug 13
I wonder why ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ haven’t been talking about the lately?
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Nancy Pelosi Aug 16
FACT: Republicans in Washington believe the already-rich, who are reaping billions in profits from the , must grow wealthier while the priorities and needs of others get put on the chopping block.
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Senate Finance Cmte Aug 16
More than $1 TRILLION expected in announced corporate stock buybacks in 2018. They’ve already announced $700 BILLION. .
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Elizabeth Warren Aug 16
Replying to @WellsFargo
Let’s look at some individual companies: got a $3.4 billion boost from the . It turned around and announced plans to close 900 branches, while rewarding executives and shareholders with tens of billions of dollars in stock buybacks.
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Nancy Pelosi Aug 14
After passing the $2 trillion for the rich, Republicans in Washington are plotting ways to slash Americans' hard-earned Social Security benefits.
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Senate Democrats Aug 13
Instead of the promised higher wages & massive investments, companies are flush with cash and putting that money towards record stock buybacks – while real wages are *down*. via
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Boycott USA Aug 13
Poor American Taxpayer
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Elizabeth Warren Aug 14
These charts make it crystal clear: the helps ginormous corporations & the ultra wealthy get even richer — while wages for working families are flat. 
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Average citizen Aug 17
Replying to @VP @POTUS
Wasn’t it supposed to be $4000 per family? Where did all that money go?
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Phillip Vander Klay Aug 15
Replying to @VP
$1.5 Trillion divided by 6 million =$250,000. But middle and low income Americans didn't receive that much money did they? Because you gave billions to corporations and rich people. Also, 6 million people is less than 2% of our population. None of this is impressive.
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Richard Hine Aug 13
Funny, he didn't ask CEOs and the Top 1% to raise their hands if they would prefer not to accept the which added $1.5 TRILLION to the national debt.
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Sen. Tammy Baldwin Aug 15
The was a huge giveaway to the top 1% and gave permanent tax breaks to big corporations, who are spending it on stock buybacks instead of raising wages.
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