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So much -- -- welcome -- a fund raiser for senate majority leader Harry Reid was jeered by top bankers for using anti Wall Street rhetoric.
To curry political favor -- guests -- joins us with that excludes.
It's I guess a an ambush.
Harry Reid got -- that and he thinks he's going to friendly territory Goldman Sachs.
A largely democratic firm Gary Cohn and number -- look on the -- big time Democrat early support -- the president he goes in -- couple weeks ago they fund raiser.
And he gets essentially attacked by Gary -- and by several Goldman Sachs.
Executives and the firm and let's face it you know -- in the vilified as.
The -- -- boxer but they are sick of the political rhetoric coming from from Washington particularly Democrats and they told that -- Beasley said.
That they are being 11 guy -- one of the partners ago went up to read and said we're tired of being persecuted by the Democratic Party.
Coleman really laid into him from what I understand he said -- -- sitting here -- -- -- -- Democrats and -- -- -- do -- beat -- -- this -- -- from what I understand about an -- And it was constant attack more attacking -- fund -- from what I understand.
And in the end I don't some Goldman guy base and went up to went up to -- and I guess this was the kicker and sits on along the lines of you know because that they're getting tired of being attacked for the for the bonuses -- -- Goldman Sachs and about twenty billion dollars in bonuses and the Democratic Party has used that as a sort of of leverage to basically get support use you'll tap into the populous anger one Goldman Sachs executive -- -- -- said.
You don't know how expensive it is it is to live here in New York City and apparently.
Regis sat there dumbfounded so it was anything but a friendly reception at a place that's generally very friendly to Democrats.
Goldman Sachs -- four times more money to present Obama and they did two that needed -- -- John McCain even now if you look at the breakdown.
In terms of giving to congressional races.
All are -- we you know the big giving to the Democrats far away what they give to Republicans.
And -- he was going to friendly territory and when I understand.
You know it was you know any you know use all those -- analogies gunfight at OK corral and bush you know he got the you know what -- that.
All the money go elsewhere stop going at all if the rhetoric doesn't listen -- I can tell you right now that Jeep and this does have a practical implications for for these candidates Jamie Dimon the CEO of JPMorgan again.
Tired of the anti Wall Street rhetoric particularly from Democrats he's directing his people give more to Republicans from what I understand.
Goldman is going to be giving now more to Republicans as well and Harry Reid got the first taste of it.
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