Published: Sat, February 09, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Elizabeth Warren officially launches her 2020 presidential bid

Elizabeth Warren officially launches her 2020 presidential bid

Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is officially a contender for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.

Warren is undoubtedly a well qualified and strong addition to the 2020 democratic primary, which a lot of public and political support behind her. In a video released before the event, Warren cited Lawrence's "history of working people coming together to make change, where the fight was hard, the battle was uphill, and where a group of women led the charge for all of us". "And that is why I stand here today: to declare that I am a candidate for President of the United States of America".

And some Democrats in early voting states have seemed unfazed.

That speculation hit a fever pitch just months ahead of her U.S. Senate re-election, when the Democrat told supporters at a Holyoke town hall that she would consider running for president after the 2018 midterms.

Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale said in a statement Saturday that Warren has been "exposed as a fraud by the Native Americans she impersonated and disrespected to advance her professional career, and the people of MA she deceived to get elected".

"We believe that Elizabeth Warren is the most electable Democrat and the best person to be president to defeat Trump", Adam Green, the co-founder of PCCC, said.

Trump and conservatives have long called Warren "Pocahontas" for her Native American ancestry claims. That claim has created fodder for Republicans and could overshadow her campaign.

Trump's campaign described Warren as a "fraud".

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She worked as chair of the Congressional Oversight Panel of the Troubled Asset Relief Program and was key in the conception of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), for which she served as the first Special Advisor. "I like her fighting spirit". "I'm not taking applications from billionaires who want to run a super PAC on my behalf".

"We are here to take on a fight that will shape our lives, our children's lives and our grandchildren's lives, just as surely as the fight that began in these streets more than a century ago".

"When government works only for the wealthy and well-connected, that is corruption - plain and simple". Viewed alongside a new proposal from Sanders to hike the estate tax, Warren has positioned herself at the center of the progressive push to reduce corporate influence in Washington and economic inequality across the country. Kirsten Gillibrand has also announced an exploratory committee. Kamala Harris and Cory Booker already in the race, and others, like Sens.

The campaign launch comes at a challenging moment for Warren. And Donald Trump, the person who went on to be President, announced his candidacy on June 16, 2015.

The report, which marked the first instance yet of Warren making the assertion in her own handwriting, prompted new apologies from the senator.

"All she's doing is trying to protect us when the story's twisted and, of course as usual, it's gets pushed on things like 'Oh, she said she's Native American.' Like, who cares about that?" she said. And as a senator from Vermont who won the New Hampshire primary, he would likely go into the Granite State as an early favorite if he made a decision to run again.

"Real democracy requires equal justice under law ..." Tax cuts for companies that scam. Even among Republicans, 50 percent support it while 30 percent oppose it.

In a presidential field that's shaping up to be large, Warren's grasp of pocketbook issues that affect voters is likely to be her main strength in attracting the Democratic activist base. Bernie Sanders in 2016; Hillary Clinton, then a NY senator, in 2008; and then-Massachusetts Sen.

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