Bernie Sanders rejects Shkreli's campaign donation

Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has been slamming pharma on the campaign trail, and Turing Pharma CEO Martin Shkreli--who became the face of pharma's drug-price controversy after hiking the sticker on Daraprim by 5000%-plus--wants to talk it out. He donated $2,700 to Sanders' campaign--the max contribution for an individual--in late September in hopes of securing a meeting with Sanders, he told The Boston Globe. Sanders, though, isn't having it. Instead, the campaign will make a $2,700 donation to the Whitman-Walker health clinic in Washington, a spokesman told the paper. More

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