Joe Biden will release list of campaign bundlers

Joe Biden will release list of campaign bundlers

LOS ANGELES — Former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenLev Parnas implicates Rick Perry, says Giuliani had him pressure Ukraine to announce Biden probe Ex-Obama official on Sanders-Warren feud: 'I don't think it played out well for either of them' Parnas says he doesn't think that Joe Biden did anything wrong regarding Ukraine MORE will make public his presidential campaign’s top fundraisers, a senior campaign official said Thursday. 

The official did not provide a timeline for the disclosure, but said that it would be “forthcoming.”

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“I can’t commit to a date right this second, but he will be releasing his bundlers,” the official told reporters at a briefing ahead of Thursday’s Democratic presidential primary debate in Los Angeles.

The disclosure comes as other Democratic hopefuls have opened up financial operations amid scrutiny from party activists and fellow candidates.

South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete ButtigiegPeter (Pete) Paul ButtigiegFormer insurance executive: 'Medicare for all' would eliminate jobs that are 'not needed' Buttigieg says he's proud to be a part of US system amid UK royal family drama Buttigieg asked about 'Mayo Pete' memes by New York Times ed board MORE released a list of his top fundraisers — called bundlers — last week after facing pressure from Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenEx-Obama official on Sanders-Warren feud: 'I don't think it played out well for either of them' Former Vermont Governor: Sanders 'will play dirty' Hill.TV's Krystal Ball rips Warren over feud with Sanders MORE (D-Mass.). 

That disclosure came amid a larger back-and-forth between Buttigieg and Warren over transparency, resulting in Buttigieg vowing to open up his private fundraisers to the press and Warren releasing a detailed financial summary of her earnings from her past legal consulting work.

Days later, Addisu Demissie, the campaign manager for Sen. Cory BookerCory Anthony BookerNew Hampshire state lawmaker switches support from Warren to Klobuchar Here are the 10 senators who voted against Trump's North American trade deal Team Trump criticizes Sanders for vote against USMCA MORE (D-N.J.), said the campaign was open to allowing reporters to attend fundraisers.

While candidates like Warren and Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersEx-Obama official on Sanders-Warren feud: 'I don't think it played out well for either of them' Former Vermont Governor: Sanders 'will play dirty' Hill.TV's Krystal Ball rips Warren over feud with Sanders MORE (I-Vt.) have shunned traditional high-dollar fundraisers in their presidential bids, Biden has leaned on a network of wealthy donors and bundlers to power his campaign.