Meaning of plutogogue in English:

plutogogue

Pronunciation /ˈpluːtəɡɒɡ/

noun

(also plutagogue)
rare US
  • A spokesperson or apologist for the wealthy and their interests; a political agitator who appeals to the wealthy.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in The Westminster Gazette. From pluto- + -agogue, after demagogue.