for Three months, he wants to travel. Across the country. He wants to feel the different moods, and of course he wants to test his own market value. Because Howard Schultz is a businessman, through and through. More than 20 years, he has successfully led Starbucks, has established seven small shops comprehensive coffee chain in Seattle to a global group with more than 350,000 employees. Now he has written a book and is considering a candidacy in the presidential election of 2020. According to the three-month Tour, during which he imagines to be on Monday published book "From the Ground Up: A Journey to Reimagine the Promise of America", he wants to decide whether he will compete.
it's not for everybody. Because the 65-Year-old, who describes himself as a "lifelong Democrat" and in the past election of Barack fight Obama and Hillary Clinton supported, would compete as an "independent centre candidate outside the Two-party system," as he said in the program "60 Minutes". Neither Donald trump is the Republicans nor the opposition Democrats took care of it, "what is in the best interest of the American people needed". The two major parties would deal only with "revenge politics", and they were, moreover, alike for the high level of public debt is responsible.
The gigantic mountain of debt of 21 trillion dollars to stimulate the Self-Made billionaire who grew up in a Council flat in Brooklyn. In the "New York Times", he lamented, the Democrats had slipped to the left, if you would with free study and health insurance, as well as a Job to the state for all to advertise. "How are we supposed to pay for without going broke?" This story is as false as the Trumps of the wall.
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The democratic Establishment reacts predictably outraged. The presidential candidate Julian Castro, told CNN that if Schultz really as an independent, could make Trump's best hope for re-election. And Neera Tanden, President of the Center for American Progress, and formerly an Advisor to Hillary Clinton, took to Twitter even a Starbucks Boycott in the game. They fear that an independent candidate would cost the Trump-opponent column, and the Democrats on important votes.More about
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Schultz know that he attracts Trouble, even from close friends. But his camp argues that many liberal voters were looking for a political home. And refers to surveys such as the Gallup Institute: 39 percent describe themselves as independent, and 34 percent as Democrats.