David Brooks, the New York Times' center-right political columnist, said Sunday that he could never support a candidate who was supporting the Green New Deal because he would be concentrating power in the hands of the "New York Times". elite of Washington "to a level never seen since the Second World War.
Brooks half joked that the current Democratic field seems to be taking the position "somewhere to the left of Che Guevara".
He said the Democrats have done a good job of distancing themselves from moderates who might be persuaded to support Trump.
According to Brooks, as part of the Green New Deal Green Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the Washington "planners" would take control of the energy, transportation and health care sector.
"It's just the government taking control of large parts of the US economy and it's something I do not think it can do," he said.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced last week that the Senate will vote on the Green New Deal resolution in the near future. He calls for dramatic measures to virtually eliminate US greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and has been ridiculed by critics as unrealistic and turning to socialism. Republicans oppose it almost universally.
President Trump said that it was not much more than a "late-graduation work".
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So far, most senators who have asked for the Democratic presidential nomination, include Cory Booker of New Jersey, Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, Kamala Harris of California, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Amy Klobuchar of the United States. Minnesota. Independent Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who is expected to join the Democratic primary soon, is also partisan.
The Associated Press contributed to this report