Jeffrey Gundlach speaks at the 24th Annual Sohn Investment Conference in New York on May 6, 2019.
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Jeffrey Gundlach is not shy about ridiculing the democratic presidential candidates.
The so-called Bond King and DoubleLine Capital CEO first hit former vice president Joe Biden, who last year announced his presidential accusations of several women that he touched on them in ways that made them unpleasant.
"Now, Joe grabs the spotlight … but no, Joe, I don't want my hands on my shoulders," Gundlach said Monday from the Sohn conference in New York. He added that Biden concerned reminded him of the college game "Space Invaders."
Gundlach also made fun of the entrepreneur Andrew Yang's suggestion to give the Americans a $ 1
With a picture of Yang on the screen wearing a hat that says "math", Gundlach Yang said "not even good at math", and most Americans do not like math.
Gundlach went on to cast the shadow on the former American congressman from Texas Beto O & # 39; Rourke, he calls a "snowflake" and says he is actually called Robert. Senator Elizabeth Warren did not escape from Gundlach's critical criticism. He called Warren "mother-in-law from hell."
"I say briefly all of them," Gundlach said with reference to all the democratic candidates he mentioned.