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Winner states

Previously, O’Leary has also labeled California and Delaware as “loser states.” Since he’s not putting money to work in those states, where would he go?

“I'm going to Oklahoma, North Dakota, West Virginia,” he disclosed, noting that his staff has met with the governors of these states.

He also highlighted Tennessee as a notable example.

“Look at Tennessee right now. Fastest growing city in America — Nashville. Winner state, good policy, competitive taxes. You've got to start thinking about this in the context of winners and losers,” he explained.

“New York? Mega loser state.”

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