Elizabeth Warren National Book Tour Ahead of 2020 elections

Elizabeth Warren National Book Tour Ahead of 2020 elections

Elizabeth Warren National Book Tour Ahead of 2020 elections

The book tour creates a convenient platform for Ms Warren to get her message out before the 2018 midterm elections - and some believe she could be setting herself up for a presidential run in 2020.

The Senator made her remarks when asked a particularly pointed question about her own political ambitions, noting that Warren had previously revealed she was dissuaded for joining the presidential race in 2016 by husband.

Though she has yet to use the word on the Senate floor, Warren said it's possible that she might one day utter the profanity in front of her legislative colleagues.

Her refusal to back down when GOP Senator Mitch McConnell admonished her for speaking against Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions as Attorney General brought about the legendary rallying cry, "Nevertheless she persisted".

He also told assembled media that friction between the Trump White House and Congress is "profoundly damaging our prospects of success".

"With an eye-popping $9.2 million dollar war chest, including a $5.3 million haul during the first quarter of 2017, Warren will have a bottomless pit of cash to intimidate other would-be presidential hopefuls", Colin Reed, executive director of America Rising PAC, said in an email blast.

However, in another interview with Susan Page of USA Today, Warren could not promise her MA constituents that she would serve out a full term if reelected.

A Harvard-Harris survey released this week found that while the senator, who is a leader of the Democratic Party's more liberal arm, is widely recognized by American voters - with seven in 10 saying they had heard of her - favorability among those respondents was split at 38 to 32 percent. "'You said you wanted to do this, let's do it together'". "The Battle to Save America's Middle Class", the 11th book by the US senator, former professor and bankruptcy law expert, is the story of wealth inequality in America since the 2008 financial crisis. I kind of think you need more experience before you run for president of the United States. "My life's work is about what's happening to working families across this country", she said.

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