To be fair, Claire McCaskill taught us all that Missouri doesn't really have a lot of love for rich white ladies a few years ago.
Meanwhile . . . Check this recent bit of Democratic Party infighting that works in the favor of the "populist millennial" who wears plaid shirts in order to seem folksy . . . Check-it . . .
"News of the fundraiser was first revealed Tuesday by The Intercept and drew intense backlash from Democrats, coming so soon after a pair deadly mass shootings at an elementary school in Texas and a supermarket in New York.
"Valentine, heiress to the Anheuser-Busch beer fortune, released a statement on Twitter after The Intercept’s report was published. She said when she learned an NRA fundraiser was being held at Grant’s Farm — where she grew up and which she co-owns with other members of the Busch family — she made an immediate contribution to the national gun control organization Moms Demand Action."
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Democrat Senate hopeful in Missouri faces backlash over NRA fundraiser at family estate * Missouri Independent
Democratic Senate hopeful Trudy Busch Valentine says she convinced the board she serves on that oversees her family's St. Louis estate to cancel a fundraiser for the National Rifle Association scheduled for September.