In a press release titled “Sellout Warren,” Trump rips Warren by exposing Clinton’s differing positions on several policies Warren supports.

“As Clinton tries to salvage support among the Bernie Sanders wing of the Democrat Party, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has become a turncoat for the causes she supposedly supports. While Warren claims that Wall Street businesses have too much influence in D.C., by paying “barely disguised bribes,” through campaign contributions. The Clinton campaign has accepted over $41 million this cycle from Wall Street interests. Warren is also campaigning for the author of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a deal she has routinely slammed. This is a trade deal that Clinton has expressed support for in over 45 public speeches. Warren’s campaigning for Clinton stands in stark contrast to the liberal ideals she once practiced. This sad attempt at pandering to the Sanders wing is another example of a typical political calculation by D.C. insiders. Mr. Trump has been against TPP from the start of his campaign because he understands how detrimental it would be to American workers. He will continue to fight for the American people and serve them over the special interests in Washington, D.C.”

Trump then goes on in his press to give the follow examples to support his claims:

$$$ To Clinton From Wall Street Goes Against Warren’s Causes

Warren Warned Of “Bribes” From Wall Street

Warren Claimed “Powerful Wall Street Businesses Pay Barely Disguised Bribes” To Obtain Laws That Will Benefit Them And Protect Corporate Interests.” Corporate executives and government officials spin through a revolving door, making sure that the interests of powerful corporations are carefully protected. Powerful Wall Street businesses pay barely disguised bribes, offering millions of dollars to trusted employees to go to Washington for a few years to make policies that will benefit exactly those same Wall Street businesses. And corporations and trade groups fund study after study that just so happen to support the special rule or exception the industry is looking for.” (Elizabeth Warren,Floor Speech On The Influence Of Money In Politics, Washington, DC, 1/21/16)

Clinton’s Millions From Wall Street

According To The Center For Responsive Politics, Hillary For America Has Accepted Over $41,312,440 From Employees Of Financial Services Industry.(Center For Responsive Politics, Accessed 6/27/16)

The Clintons Have Given 164 Speeches To The Financial Sector, Earning At Least $35 Million Since 2001.“Her efforts capped a nearly 15-year period in which Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, made at least $35 million by giving 164 speeches to financial services, real estate and insurance companies after leaving the White House in 2001, according to an Associated Press analysis of public disclosure forms and records released by her campaign.” (Lisa Lerer and Ken Thomas, “Since ’01, Clintons Collected $35M From Financial Businesses,The Associated Press,11/24/15)

“Hillary Clinton Is Steadfastly Refusing To Release The Transcripts Of The Paid Speeches She Gave To Wall Street Banks.”“Hillary Clinton is steadfastly refusing to release the transcripts of the paid speeches she gave to Wall Street banks. At the Democratic debate in Brooklyn on Thursday night, the presidential hopeful was booed by audience members for standing by her offer to release the transcripts only if all the candidates running for president did the same. ‘There are certain expectations when you run for president – this is a new one and I’ve said if everyone agrees to do it because there are speeches for money on the other side, I know that,’ Clinton said before getting drowned out by boos from the audience.” (Jonathan Eastley, “Clinton Refuses To Budge On Releasing Speech Transcripts,”The Hill,4/14/16)

Warren Has Previously Stated That Wall Street Contributions Impacted Clinton’s Votes
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Warren Claimed That Clinton Was Influenced By Campaign Contributions When She Voted In Favor Of Bankruptcy Bill She Was Against Just A Few Years Earlier.WARREN: “One of the first bills that came up after she was ‘Senator Clinton’ was the bankruptcy bill. This is a bill that’s like a vampire. It will not die; there’s a lot of money behind it. Her husband had vetoed it very much at her encouragement. She voted in favor of it. As Senator Clinton, the pressures are very different. It’s a well financed industry. A lot of people don’t realize that the industry that gave the most money to Washington over the past few years was not the oil industry, was not pharmaceuticals, it was consumer credit products. Those are the people, the credit card companies that have been giving money, and they have influence. She has taken money from the groups, and more to the point, she worries about them as a constituency.”(‘NOW’ Interview With Elizabeth Warren, 2004)

Warren Noted In Her 2003 Book, That Clinton’s $140,000 In Campaign Contributions From Banking Industry Executives Led To The Change In Vote.“The news release recounted how Sen. Warren (D-Mass.), in a 2003 book, blamed campaign contributions from banking interests for why Clinton flipped from being opposed to an overhaul of bankruptcy laws as first lady – calling it ‘awful’- to voting to advance the bill as a freshman senator. Warren noted that Clinton had received $140,000 in campaign contributions from banking industry executives as she sought a Senate seat.” (Glenn Kessler, “Elizabeth Warren’s Critique Of Hillary Clinton’s 2001 Bankruptcy Vote,”The Washington Post, 2/9/16)

Warren Has Raged Against The Trans-Pacific Partnership As Unfair To Americans
Warren Said The TPP “Would Tilt The Playing Field” Away From Working Families

Warren, On TPP: It “Would Tilt The Playing Field Even More In Favor Of A Big Multinational Corporations And Against Working Families.”“Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is pushing her Senate colleagues to reject a Pacific Rim trade deal that’s considered a key pillar of President Obama’s second term. ‘I hope Congress will use its constitutional authority to stop this deal before it makes things even worse and even more dangerous for America’s hardest-working families,’ Warren said Tuesday. She added that the agreement ‘would tilt the playing field even more in favor of big multinational corporations and against working families.'”(Jordain Carney, “Warren: Congress Should Reject Obama Trade Deal,”The Hill, 2/2/16)

Clinton Took The “Leading” Role In Drafting TPP, And Has Expressed Support Publicly 45 Times

As Secretary Of State, Clinton Took “A Leading Part In Drafting The Trans-Pacific Partnership.” “She’s pressed the case for U.S. business in Cambodia, Singapore, Vietnam, Indonesia, and other countries in China’s shadow. She’s also taken a leading part in drafting the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a frfree-tradeact that would give U.S. companies a leg up on their Chinese competitors.”(Elizabeth Dwoskin and Indira Laksmanan, “How Hillary Clinton Created A U.S. Business-Promotion Machine,”Bloomberg,1/10/13)

As Secretary, Clinton Had “Expressed Support” For The Trans-Pacific Partnership In “At Least 45 Public Speeches.”“The TPP negotiations are a part of the Obama administration’s so-called pivot to Asia. Early in his presidency, Obama outlined a plan to put more energy and focus into the Asian Pacific, especially in terms of economic development. While serving as Obama’s secretary of state, Clinton expressed support for the Trans-Pacific Partnership in at least 45 public speeches, according to a roundup of quotes by CNN.” (Jake Tapper, “45 Times Secretary Clinton Pushed The Trade Bill She Now Opposes,” CNN, 6/15/15)