Goldman Sachs CEO Endorses Clinton, Surprising Pretty Much No One
At this point in the election, this endorsement probably isn't going to sway anyone.By Eugene Daniels | October 24, 2016
"If the worst thing is that we have a history of having engaged positively with Hillary Clinton, that's not going to annoy me," Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein said.
That's Blankfein making Hillary Clinton's Wall Street ties even harder to cut. On Sunday, Blankfein finally endorsed the Democratic presidential nominee, which surprises basically no one.
The Clintons and Goldman Sachs have been connected for years now. Blankfein held a fundraiser for the former secretary of state during her first run for the White House. But this year, he said he'd stay out of the endorsing game, though he did call Clinton's primary opponent "dangerous."