Bill Gates won't commit to supporting Warren over Trump

United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman speaks during a news conference in New York Monday

United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman speaks during a news conference in New York Monday

As it turns out, however, Warren was eager to have a sit down with the Microsoft billionaire, as she said in a tweet Wednesday.

"I made a mistake in judgment that I thought that those discussions would lead, literally, to billions of dollars going to global health".

Much of the revenue would go to pay down her climate change agenda. Gates said he's already "paid more than anyone in taxes", totaling more than $10 billion in his lifetime.

Former Microsoft boss Bill Gates has said that he believes Windows Phone would be the dominant mobile platform over Android if Microsoft hadn't been involved in an antitrust investigation from the US Justice Department.

At The New York Times's Dealbook conference on November 6, Gates said he shouldn't have met with Epstein, a financier who was allegedly a billionaire but had a net worth of about $560 million when he died.

He responded to her on Twitter as well. "I'm always happy to meet with people, even if we have different views", Warren said.

"Some billionaires seem confused about how much they would pay under my Two Cent Wealth Tax", Warren wrote in a press release, after Gates suggested he wasn't open to paying $100 billion.

Ms Warren, a Democratic front-runner in the 2020 presidential race, has offered to meet Mr Gates in response. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) speaks to guests during a campaign stop at Hempstead High School in Dubuque, Iowa, on Nov.02, 2019.

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"If I had to pay $20 billion, it's fine", Gates said during a New York Times conference when discussing a possible wealth tax.

"Have you ever talked to Elizabeth Warren about any of this before?" the moderator asked. She has to ensure her policies and her perception on resolving key issues concerning all-sections of the American society has a maximum overreach and for that she needs the support of billionaire businessmen.

"Even if someone was asking Bill Gates to pay $100 billion in taxes, and nobody is, he would still have more money left over than Oprah and Richard Branson have combined", Adam Best, the founder of The Left podcast, said. "I think we should applaud successful people".

Gates is one of several billionaires who have publicly questioned Warren's plan.

According to NetMarketShare, Android now dominates the operating system landscape with 69.72% of the market share, while Apple's iOS has 29.16%.

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff recently said "capitalism, as we know it, is dead" and called for a new version that focuses more on societal good.

He said he stopped meeting with Epstein after the funds "didn't materialize".

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