“When billionaires take over our elections, we get a country that bends to their will.”
Langone called Manchin a “great American” and praised his “guts and courage” in torpedoing his own party’s efforts to pass the law, a 10-year investment in social spending that originally included the provisions. widely popular, including an expansion of Medicare benefits, paid family and medical leave, and a tuition-free community college.
“in search of America’s billionaires.”
While Manchin has gutted various provisions of the Build Back Better Act in recent months, his re-election committee has raised over $ 1.5 million, with contributions from JPMorgan Chase, Duke Energy, Southern Nuclear Operating Co., UBS Americas and PG&E.