The United States general election in 2020 has entered a white hot stage. Although there is still some time to go before the formal election, the debate has already begun in the United States. However, trump, who has always wanted to be re elected, has been in a state of frequent occurrence at this critical moment. Firstly, his opinions on voting by mail were controversial, and recently, his former consultant Bannon was exposed to be suspected of fraud. At present, Biden has been officially nominated as the presidential candidate by the US National Congress, and the Republican National Congress will be held next week. This gap provides a good opportunity for US presidential candidates and their behind the scenes consortia. In terms of fund-raising, “trump is ahead of Biden,” said Sarah Bryner, research director of the center for Responsive Politics. The center tracks and analyzes money in politics. “Trump has received a lot of small donations from enthusiastic grassroots supporters, but Biden has more money in the financial sector than trump, and has raised a lot of money from other businesses,” Brenner said < / P > < p > this is unusual, like everything else that happened in this election. The Republicans, in particular, tend to favor CEOs. According to a previous study by the National Bureau of economic research, 57.7% of CEOs of large companies have been donating to Republicans, only 18.6% have contributed to people, and the rest are not biased towards any party. However, trump is not an ordinary Republican, nor is it an ordinary era, and Biden is not the “socialist” in Trump’s words. Earlier, in an exclusive interview with America this week, trump launched another attack on Biden and his running mate Harris. He called Biden and Harris socialist and said Harris was the most annoying person in the Senate. < / P > < p > in fact, Trump’s popularity among business leaders has declined, at least in terms of large donations. Why? In fact, American business leaders are satisfied with Trump’s economic policies, such as deregulation and tax cuts, but they are tired of the president’s racist attitude, radical behavior and personal style. < / P > < p > according to the New York Times, even Steve Schwarzman, Trump’s biggest supporter on Wall Street, said Trump’s negotiating style was sometimes “very difficult to observe.”. It is said that Schwarzman did not flatter him in private. < p > < p > Paul thornell, former managing director of federal government affairs at Citigroup, said, “it’s important that CEOs and executives compare corporate tax rates in 2014 with those in 2019.” Solner is now head of the lobbying firm Mehlman castagnetti Rosen & Thomas. < / P > < p > “but trump is a disaster on many levels, including international relations, where he belittles different races and nationalities, and the way he behaves. These affect the way CEOs and executives manage the business, people and brand, “added solner. < / P > < p > trump and the Republican Party are still raising large sums of money from timothy Mellon, successor of the Mellon bank family, Linda McMahon, a former WWE executive, and Geoffrey Palmer, a polo loving real estate tycoon in Beverly Hills. In addition, Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison held a fund-raising event for the president in February. This is very rare because there are few supporters of trump in Silicon Valley, but the software giant has a long history of working with the U.S. government. According to national public radio (NPR), Trump and the Republican Party still have the support of dozens of American super rich, such as Charles Schwab, Paul singer of Elliott management and Warren Stephens of Stephens, Arkansas. According to Forbes, Trump’s supporters also include Bernard Marcus, co-founder of home depot, Roger lini and Thomas Duff, founders of Scottrade securities. Trump’s major donors include Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler of Georgia and her husband Jeffrey C. sprecher, chairman of the New York Stock Exchange, and Robert Wood Johnson IV, US ambassador to the UK. < p > < p > about two weeks ago, John Paulson, a hedge fund manager who made a fortune from the subprime mortgage crisis, held a fundraising campaign for trump at his home in Southampton. < / P > < p > a new Yorker like Paulson must have thought, “Hey, I made $100 million from hedge funds last year, but if Biden were president, I would only make $88 million. All American businesses, by the way, benefit from it. ” < / P > < p > all Americans have reason to support one politician or oppose another, as do those billionaires. However, Wall Street may turn to Biden. < / P > < p > “this is an industry that naturally favors the Republican Party, but the Republican Party is no longer the party in which they grew up.” “[Wall Street] is socially liberal and economically conservative, while the trump administration has always been the opposite,” said Karen Petrou, executive partner at federal financial analytics In fact, there seems to be more business elites supporting Biden than trump. It was previously reported by the media that the analysis of the FEC documents showed that the billionaires seemed to prefer Biden. In less than 100 days before the US election, Biden received 131 donations from the upper class of the United States, while trump received only 99 donations from the rich. < / P > < p > why? Biden is a well-known figure who served as vice president for eight years and as a senator for 36 years. Although he was friendly to his trade union friends, he did not attack large enterprises. < / P > < p > well, let’s see who’s supporting Biden and there are some common people like penny Pritzker, George Soros, Thomas stile and Steven Spielberg. Biden has also been getting support from business leaders such as Zynga founder mark Pincus, IAC chairman Barry Diller, Facebook co-founder Dustin moskovitz, former eBay president Jeff scholl, twitter co-founder Evan Williams, Netflix’s CEO, reed Hastings and Lauren Powell jobs. < / P > < p > there are also some interesting donors, including Arthur blank, co-founder of home depot, an American home chain, while Marcus, another founder of the company, supports trump, and James Simons, founder of hedge fund giant Renaissance technologies, and his former deputy, Robert Mercer) donated a lot of money to trump. Jon gray, Blackstone’s chief operating officer, also supports it, contrary to the political views of his boss. < / P > < p > these businessmen may support Biden because of their liberal creed, maybe they don’t like trump, or they prefer Biden and Harris, or just because they think Biden will win. < / P > < p > in fact, when it comes to the recent stock market surge, some analysts believe that this is not a rebound based on Trump’s policy, but rather because Biden has a better prospect of winning. < / P > < p > “we’ve certainly seen a series of polls showing Biden in the lead.” Ed mills, a Washington policy analyst with Raymond James, said: “and we see that the market is doing pretty well in front of the potential Biden administration. This leads me to believe that an important factor that the market is weighing is the continuation of financial support, and that the Biden administration, especially the sweeping of the house and Senate, is most likely to deliver on its promise. ” < / P > < p > however, for sure, no one can be sure of the outcome until the election day, although hefty cheques from the rich do fund the campaign. Trump may also not want to advertise his popularity on Wall Street in front of his supporters. < / P > < p > but to be honest, when it comes to large sums of money, it’s a diabolical deal for both parties, especially from Wall Street.