Paypal co-founder Peter Thiel said the Democratic presidential candidate he most fears is Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). In an interview with FNC's Tucker Carlson, the billionaire investor called Warren "dangerous" and the only candidate talking about the economy.
TUCKER CARLSON, FOX NEWS: I assume you’re watching the Democratic primaries unfold; who’s the most impressive candidate in that race, do you think?
PETER THIEL: Well, I’m most scared by Elizabeth Warren. You know, I think she’s the one who’s actually talking about the economy, which is the only thing that I think -- the thing that I think matters by far the most.
THIEL: And then I think almost all the others are equally unimpressive in the sense that it’s all identity politics of one flavor or another, and I wouldn’t want to rank how unimpressive they are, since that would be forcing me to rank the different identities and which one’s more privileged and more special --
-- and that would be a dangerous thing to get into.
CARLSON: It’s hard to know. It’s like --
THIEL: But I think Elizabeth Warren’s the dangerous one.
CARLSON: I think that’s right. Peter Thiel, it’s great to see you. Thank you.