Howard Schultz, the former Starbucks CEO, who floated an independent race at the White House, deleted a tweet on Wednesday, praising a column that offended other 2020 participants.
In the now deleted tweet, Schultz was attached to a piece called late. Kamala Harris Kamala Devi HarrisGarcetti does not run for President Overnight Energy: New EPA policy will allow oil, gas polluters to avoid major fines | The agency challenges climate skepticism after Trump tweet | Zinke Recovered Permissions For Ranchers If Cases Lead To Oregon Standoff Accommodation Health Care ̵
"Thank you @Rogerlsimon for a thoughtful analysis of what is possible. #ReimagineUS," Schultz tweeted along with a link to "Howard Schultz could actually win the presidency" from PJ Media.
"Current front runner Kamala Harris is far from calming," writes Roger L. Simon in the column. "She is a shrill (see Kavanaugh hearings) quasi-socialist promising pie in the sky – Medicare-for-all, debt-free college, guaranteed pre-K, minimum basic income, confiscating taxes – and she is about to get started. Bernie and others will soon follow suit, Fauxcahontas has already competed in a game of socialist one-upmanship.
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Schultz was chopped Monday on an advertising event by a man shouting, "Don't help choosing Trump, your selfish billionaire hole!"
Trump also ridiculed the former CEO, tweeting, "Howard Schultz doesn't have the courage to run for president!"