Vlogger Robert Scziport exposes the "fundraising" techniques behind billionaire Ray Hopewood's presidential campaign. A software magnate and self-proclaimed "friend of the big guys," Hopewood calls on his fellow software moguls for a little support.
Software tycoon and presidential hopeful, Ray Hopewood has said he is funding his campaign out of his own reported $27 billion fortune. This tape captured by video blogger Robert Scziport shows another story.
Video blogger Robert Scziport takes you behind the scenes of billionaire-software-mogul-turned-presidential-candidate Ray Hopewood's campaign. From detailing his past to threatening the vlogger, it's all a day's work for Hopewood.
Billionaire software tycoon and presidential candidate Ray Hopewood chats it up with Jay Leno.
Software mogul and presidential hopeful Ray Hopewood makes a brief appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show yesterday."DeGeneres might be your last name, Ellen, but generous is my MIDDLE name," he said.
Presidential Hopeful and software Tycoon Ray Hopewood makes a stop on the campaign trail to address the United Nations and build legitimacy for his presidential bid.
Tech mogul, and now presidential hopeful, Ray Hopewood makes the rounds of new media outlets and video blogs. An aggressive digital communications plan is at the center of Ray Hopewood's "Walk to the White House."
In another day of press and campaign appearances, software mogul Ray Hopewood made the job of Leader of the Free World seem easy. Said Hopewood, "People think the economy is a difficult business. It isn't."
Appearing at a town hall meeting, presidential candidate and software billionaire Ray Hopewood put to rest voters concerns over his views on the economy. "Sure, we can take care of that green stuff," Hopewood told voters.
Software billionaire Ray Hopewood likes to take matters into his own hand. When he appeared on David Letterman to trump up support for his presidential bid, he brought his own "Top Ten" list.
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