Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.), one of the Senate’s fiercest Wall Street critics, attended a Democratic donor retreat over the weekend hosted by former UBS bank executive Robert Wolf, who last year lashed out against politicians that target Wall Street for political gain.
Wolf hosted Warren as part of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee’s annual donor retreat in Martha’s Vineyard. He wrote on Twitter that he was “honored” to host Warren, who was joined by other Democratic senators at the fundraiser.
Wolf, a financial backer and friend of former President Barack Obama, a Clinton Foundation donor, and a co-chair for the 2016 Democratic National Convention, has in the past portrayed Warren as a radical and denounced her treatment of Wall Street.
Enjoyed & honored to host @SenWarren @SenJackReed @RonWyden in #MarthasVineyard & discuss #healthcare as a right @dscc pic.twitter.com/hcGRH6icQS
— Robert Wolf (@robertwolf32) July 16, 2017
Back in 2015, while explaining why he was planning to support Hillary Clinton, Wolf said that he thought Warren was too far to the left to win in 2016.
Originally published by the Free Beacon.