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nndb wallstreet has a big problem with the twenty sixteen run for the White House throwing hordes of cash in the campaign isn't having the large employers on the race and it typically does Emily clitoris covering money in politics Reuters dnmt , and , mn , and the numbers bear that out even though Jeb bush is way down in main street pole behind other Republicans like Donald Trump Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina is number one in wallstreet donations for both parties according to a recent filing Wall Street employees poured one hundred seven thousand dollars into his campaign from the July to September period testing the eighty four thousand four Democratic Front runner Hillary Clinton but wallstreet isn't getting much love in return from the right , or the left I went to Wall Street in December of two thousand and seventy four that they'd crash that we had and I basically said cut it out wit foreclosing on home believe me there will be people in the very upper echelons that won't be thrilled with , trump is also bad mouth Wall Street for the so called carried interest loophole which allows some compensation for hedge fund managers and private equity executives to be taxed at a lower rate than ordinary income but you'll hear none of that from jab making him wallstreet favorite candidate arrow out of people dnmt , well and good jobs slump in the polls Wall Street is betting that will change doesn't there are some already lining up behind Marco Rubio for when I don't have time or in the future