After former NYC mayor and 14th richest person in the world Michael Bloomberg changed his mind yet again about running for president over the weekend, Seth Meyers took A Closer Look at why. Specifically, why billionaires are so terrified of Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sanders either losing in 2020 because they want to institute a wealth tax, or winning in 2020 and instituting a wealth tax, that they keep putting their own wealth into cring...

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