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Sen. Elizabeth Warren won’t support Sen. Bernie Sanders’ new explain that The Washington Post is inequitable opposite him since of his critique of Amazon.
The Vermont senator, who shares Warren’s on-going values, told a New Hampshire city gymnasium assembly on Monday that since Jeff Bezos owns a Post, and Sanders has slammed Amazon over wages, operative conditions and not profitable taxes, a announcement has some arrange of fight opposite him.
“And afterwards we consternation because The Washington Post — that is owned by Jeff Bezos, who owns Amazon — doesn’t write quite good articles about me,” Sanders said. “I don’t know why. But we speculation maybe there’s a connection. Maybe we helped lift a smallest salary during Amazon to 15 bucks an hour as well.”
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Democratic presidential claimant Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) hail any other during a start of a Democratic Presidential Debate during a Fox Theatre in Detroit on Jul 30, 2019.
Politico asked Warren’s debate about Sanders’ charges that Bezos meddles in a Post’s domestic coverage.
“It’s no tip that Elizabeth believes Amazon needs to be damaged up, it should compensate her Real Corporate Profits tax, and Jeff Bezos needs to compensate a resources tax,” communications executive Kristen Orthman told Politico’s Morning Tech newsletter. “But she appreciates that The Washington Post’s coverage is independent.”
Warren’s miss of support for Sanders’ explain comes during a time when several polls uncover her rising above her Senate co-worker in a competition for a 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.
For a part, a Post strongly denied any division from Bezos in a editorial choices.
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“Sen. Sanders is a member of a vast bar of politicians — of each beliefs — who protest about their coverage,” Martin Baron, a Post’s executive editor, said. “Contrary to a swindling speculation a senator seems to favor, Jeff Bezos allows a newsroom to work with full independence, as a reporters and editors can attest.”
The Independent Vermont senator was echoing criticisms uttered by President Trump, who has labeled a journal as a “Amazon Washington Post” and pounded it for a operation of opposite reasons.