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In January 2017, Facebook hired a former NBC news anchor, Campbell Brown. The goal was to create Facebook News, the social media company's "news partnerships team."

In addition to her duties establishing Facebook's "quality news" feature in a dedicated tab, Brown runs her own news outlet: The 74.

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NEW YORK, NY - MAY 31: U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) prepares to wait tables at the Queensboro Restaurant, May 31, 2019 in the Queens borough of New York City. Ocasio-Cortez participated in an event to raise awareness for the One Fair Wage campaign, which calls to raise the minimum wage for tipped workers to a full minimum wage at the federal level. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has been a thorn in the side of billionaires and corporations since even before she took office. That's only gone further since she launched her campaign for president, and the banks are beginning to notice.

In an interview with CNBC, billionaire JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon lamented that Warren "uses some pretty harsh words" which he said tend to "vilify successful people." He continued:

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Learning nothing from the drubbing Donald Trump Jr. received Monday on Twitter after asking former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to run for President again in 2020, Donald Trump Sr. decided to do the same on Tuesday.

Based on a report by conservative media outlet Rasmussen Reports showing Trump Sr. and the candidate that won the popular vote in 2016, Hillary Clinton, in a dead heat for 2020, President Donald Trump tweeted:

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CBS News

President Donald Trump takes every opportunity he can to mock Massachusetts Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren, but the 2020 presidential candidate does not return the childish brand of animosity. Trump refers to Warren with racist name calling, despite being asked repeatedly to stop by Native American leaders.

Including at a recent taxpayer funded event in Florida that was not supposed to be a Trump campaign event.

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President Donald Trump is, once again, preoccupying himself with crowd size, but this time it's not his own.

Senator and 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) held a campaign rally in New York City's Washington Square Park, where Warren campaign officials estimated approximately 20,000 people in attendance, though the New York City Parks and Recreation Department has yet to confirm these numbers, but it was Warren's largest live audience so far.

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Video footage of a CNBC panel discussing banking and a certain 2020 presidential candidate made waves on social media.

When it comes to average voters, a big bank CEO's opposition to a candidate is often more beneficial than the CEO's endorsement.

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CNN

Democrats vying for the 2020 presidential nomination are racing to build a robust, effective plan against the global climate crisis to present to the electorate. This determination to do something was on full display at a seven hour CNN town hall focused on the environment, featuring the 10 candidates who qualified for the upcoming September debates.

Though it's difficult to stand out in a field of 10 people and in seven hours of television, Warren managed to do so, and she did it by proving an important point to CNN's Chris Cuomo.

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