Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz told Sunday that he is taking preparation to introduce an independent campaign for the President , resisting the development of the Democratic concern that such a step could raise the chance of re-election for the US President Donald Trump.
A self-described Democrat Schultz told, “ I am seriously thinking of running for president.I will run as a centrist independent outside the two-party system.” A self-sponsored independent campaign by a well-known billionaire targeted on the striking of the two-party which has long described Presidential politics has the prospective to reform the force of the race.
Former Starbucks CEO , Schultz told, “We’re living at a most-fragile time ”. He added, “ Not only the fact that this president is not qualified to be the president, but the fact that both parties are consistently not doing what’s necessary on behalf of the American people and are engaged, every single day, in revenge politics.”
Democrats panic a reliable third-party fact could allow the US President for winning states he otherwise would have lost or took a decision on the election of the White House of the US, where the Republican have an advantage in the representations of the state they can control. The predominant view of the 50 delegations , not actually control of the House, would dictate the outcome of any such vote.
US Progress President, as well as advisor to the former US President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton , Neera Tanden told, “If this is about principles and not ego, Schultz would help Democrats defeat Trump or run as a Democrat and broaden the debate within the party . Every value he claims to hold dear is undermined by a Trump re-election.”