Buffett Would Vote For Bloomberg, But Doesn’t Want To Get Into ‘Handicapping The Race’

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The process of determining which Democratic candidate will take on U.S. President Donald Trump in the 2020 election remains ongoing and Sen. Bernie Sanders appears to be the frontrunner. Buffett said in his annual CNBC interview that he doesn’t want to “get into handicapping the race” but did say he agrees with Sanders in some areas. Buffett agrees with Sanders’ promise of better helping Americans who have been “left behind by our capitalist system.” There is a population of Americans whose “talents aren’t geared to a market economy” and no one should be left behind.

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