A record number of wealthy donors gathered in private weekend by conservative billionaire industrialist Charles Koch, where the leaders of the powerful political network took a far different, more politically muted tone than in the past.
Kochs as GOP icons have been at the front of their tense relationship with Donald Trump, the latest two-year network meeting comes just when the president admits his immediate wall requires a government opening after the longest closure in history and Democrats took control of the American house
On Saturday evening, Charles Koch told donors that the attitude towards perceived opponents and people with different beliefs is ruining the country, but his network works to "unite with anyone."
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Made in a luxury resort in the desert of California, they are designed for donors who are committed to giving at least $ 1
"I just do not think there was a huge amount of hostility. It has burned disproportionately, "said Daisy." Libertarian attitudes and support for the Tea Party movement, David and Charles Koch, have been waves in recent years, intruding Trump and his administration, free trade, free markets, and little government, home in terms of immigration and infrastructure costs
Trump responded in 2018 on Twitter, striking Kochs as a "full joke in the real republican circles," which "are against strong borders and powerful trade."
Some donors have publicly expressed disappointment with the battles of Koch's network with Trump, but the network was not impressed. Koch recently announced he would not support Trump's bid for 2020, and would instead support US and Senate competitions and provide the biggest impact on US headquarters.
"We have found tremendous support that confirms the strengths of this." This is confirmed by the fact that we will welcome the largest group of supporters this weekend in Palm Springs, said the spokesman for the Kah James Davis Network. conservative forces in the country, which has surpassed even the Republican National Committee, Koch's network is increasingly showing its willingness to work with Democrats and investing in non-profit groups to promote its vision of "free and open societies."
vice-president President Mike Pens, had raids and political victories, Koch's network was influential in the reform of the tax policy for 2017 and Trump's prison reform in 2018. Republican politicians, including US Senators Mike Lee of Utah and Ben Sase from Nebraska and Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin, are present
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