In a special report, Ari Melber breaks down how potential Presidential candidate, Howard Schultz, had a “grand, well-funded vision for the social impact” of his company, Starbucks, but his vision for American Government is far less ambitious. Melber walks through how while many Starbucks employees get benefits like health care and college tuition, Schultz suggests the country as a whole cannot afford offering these to most Americans and when a politician says the country cannot afford something, they are telling you that thing is not their priority.
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Howard Schultz Wants Less For America Than For Starbucks | The Beat With Ari Melber | MSNBC