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David Koch addresses attendees of the Defending the American Dream Summit in Orlando, Fla., on Aug. 30.
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October 10, 2013 After Reid accused them of leading a two-pronged campaign against the ACA and for a government shutdown, the conservative billionaires accused the Senate majority leader of spreading "false information."
David Koch, executive vice president of Koch Industries, attends an event at The Economic Club of New York last year.
February 28, 2013 Conservative groups backed by wealthy industrialists David and Charles Koch spent millions but fared badly in the 2012 elections. Now they're assessing how they can get more for their money in 2014 and beyond.
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February 23, 2011 Walker told the prankster posing as billionaire David Koch that he considered putting troublemakers among the protesters but didn't because it might backfire in terms of public opinion.
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