Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg receives the nod to disclose clients he served


Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren released details about her past legal work, showing she made almost $2 million from dozens of corporate clients over the decades. The list is here.

Former Vice President Joe Biden is the only other current Democrat candidate who regularly opens his fundraisers to a pool of reporters. Elizabeth Warren, as she continued to call him out by name over the weekend, asking him to open up those doors for transparency. "She is one of the only candidates who has pledged to end the practice of appointing campaign donors as US ambassadors over pro diplomats".

Buttigieg raised $24.9 million in the second quarter, tops among Democratic contenders. Less than two months remain before Iowa holds its caucuses in the nation's first contest in the 2020 presidential election.

The South Bend, Indiana mayor however, has increased his support by six points, disproving the critics who predicted his sexuality meant he would struggle to make inroads in strongly conservative states. Something Warren says she will not do.

"This is about the conflicts he is creating every single day right now", she said about Buttigieg. "This is not about what happened 15 years ago or 20 years ago".

"Any candidate who refuses to provide basic details about his or her own record and refuses to allow voters or the press to understand who is buying access to their time and what they are getting in return will be seen by voters as part of the same business-as-usual politics that voters have consistently rejected", Orthman said. He has portrayed her as someone who might be too extreme to win against President Donald Trump next year.

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Tax returns, however, would not break down Warren's income on each case, and a Warren campaign aide said it would be unreasonable to expect her to release decades of tax returns-something no other candidate has done. "It is three years more than Barack Obama did at the same time", she said.

"Releasing tax returns is a standard practice- she should match @PeteButtigieg's transparency and release her tax returns going back through her years as corporate lawyer", Smith said.

Buttigieg and his campaign shot back that Warren should release more of her past tax returns, shedding additional light on what she earned as an attorney for rich and powerful firms - setting the stage for Sunday's disclosure.

This follows The Post's report in July: "When Dow Corning faced thousands of lawsuits in the 1990s from women saying they had become sick from the company's silicone gel breast implants, its parent firm, Dow Chemical, turned to one of the country's leading experts in corporate bankruptcies: Professor Elizabeth Warren".

The Warren campaign made the documents public on Sunday. Her largest disclosed payday was almost $187,000 for a case originally filed in 1995.

Warren taught at Harvard Law School before being elected to the Senate in 2012.