Elizabeth Warren Said A Dirty Word

20 April, 2017, 07:31 | Author: Jonathon Greene
  • Conservative group launches anti-Elizabeth Warren initiative

Her name was also raised as a potential running mate for Hillary Clinton's running mate, but Clinton instead chose Virginia Sen.

Warren, who has raised an eye-popping $9.2 million for re-election, is bracing for a tough Senate run next year, though she has so far not attracted a top-tier challenger.

Wednesday on ABC's "The View", when asked if she regrets not running for president in the 2016 election, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) said her "biggest regret" was that Donald Trump is now president. And they say they'll continue developing "the long-term research and communications angles to damage her 2020 prospects".

Senator Cruz cited one particular Democrat leader as the next incumbent president if White House Republicans did not act in solidarity.

The senator, during a Tuesday "Today" show appearance promoting her new book "This Fight is Our Fight", dismissed the idea that the publication signaled her interest in a presidential bid.

"Have you ever seen a woman like me look you straight in the face after you've finished some long explanation of something and then just said, "Poop"?" she asked. "We got to keep the focus on what he actually does".

The opposition group America Rising made an announcement on Tuesday that they were creating something known as "The Elizabeth Warren Initiative" so that they could endeavor to "make Warren's life hard". It was during that book phase that she came out of her post-Secretary of State life and she began doing interviews again, during which she famously described herself and her husband as being "dead broke" when they left the White House.

Sen. Ted CruzTed CruzTed Cruz: Warren could beat Trump in 2020 Grassley: Another Supreme Court vacancy likely this summer Graham: I'm "all in" for Trump MORE (R-Texas) is already anxious about the GOP's chances of keeping the White House in 2020. "It should provide opportunities for us we hope", Reed added.



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