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In a segment, Carlson noted that Warren, Trump's fierce political rival and the epitome of Democrat corruption, hasn't named a single bank that she has appeared at in support of liberal causes.
"And apparently she drinks her own Kool-Aid when it comes to her Wall Street friends," Carlson said. "I mean, just calculating what she's going to say when saying all this that I'm starting to recognize, Joy. I mean, look at how she came out of the swamp," she said before recalling Warren's attacks on McConnell, whom shenoted as acceptable to exactly the same Clinton-backed Democratic donors who funded ExxonMobil.
Thursday, Warren drew a reaction from Trump in a series of tweets, ABC News reported. "Big banks are people, just like you and me," Trump tweeted. "Too big to fail is a myth, but too big to jail is still real."
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