Speaking as New Hampshire primary votes were being reported on Feb. 11, Tom Steyer made the case for voting President Donald Trump out of office in November. The liberal activist and former hedge fund manager, speaking from Reno, NV, said Democrats would have to beat Trump’s argument on the economy if they want to win the General Election. New Hampshire was the second contest in the Democratic primary race after Iowa voters caucused Feb. 3. Former mayor Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Bernie Sanders nearly tied for first place in that state, although an official winner has not been declared because of technical issues with reporting the results and an ongoing recanvassing effort. Steyer received less than 1 percent of votes in the Iowa caucuses.
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