Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren went after Donald Trump on Twitter again. This time, the battle involves the Republican presidential nominee’s just-announced economic plan. This isn’t the first (or the second, or the third) time the Democratic lawmaker has used her 140-character limit to go after Trump.
Warren, who helped to establish the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in the wake of the 2008 financial collapse, said Trump’s plan was “written by rich corporate insiders for corporate insiders.” She went on to remind the business mogul about the collapse:
Indeed, Trump’s economic advisory team (which, as Politico reported Friday, is entirely comprised of males) is homogenous group of wealthy white wall street types, including real estate investor Steve Roth; oil and gas tycoon Harold Hamm; Vector Group President and CEO Howard Lorber; banker Steven Mnuchin; Colony Capital founder and loyal fundraiser Tom Barrack; Federal Savings Bank chairman and CEO Stephen M. Calk; investment firm CEO John Paulson; banker Andy Beal; and Cerberus Capital Management co-founder and CEO Steve Feinberg.