Hillary Clinton thinks Wall Street should like her, while Bernie Sanders is happy they won’t.
During the Democratic debate Saturday, moderator David Muir referenced a 2007 Fortune magazine cover that said “Business Loves Hillary” and asked if corporate America should still love her in 2016.
“Everybody should,” Clinton quipped, earning laughs from the audience.
She went on to add that she wouldn’t go easy on the rich: “”I want to make sure the wealthy pay their fare share, which they have not been doing.”
During his turn answering the question, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders strongly argued that corporate America would not be a fan.
“The CEOs of large multinationals may like Hillary,” Sanders said. “They ain’t gonna like me and Wall Street is going to like me even less.”
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