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Elizabeth Warren announces 2020 run for president against Trump
01 January 2019, 12:47 | Ivan Casey
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"Elizabeth Warren, on a visceral level, is fighting for everyday people and against powerful interests", Progressive Change Campaign Committee co-founder Adam Green said, "and that comes through with an authenticity this moment demands".
"In our country if you work hard and play by the rules, you ought to be able to take care of yourself and the people you love". Julian Castro, President Barack Obama's housing secretary, formed an exploratory committee this month. "I need you with me".
CNN then showed a poll they had conducted were she ranked seven out of ten among other Democrats who could potentially run for president in 2020. She and Trump clashed frequently through the 2016 presidential campaign and Trump has cast aspersions on her claim to Native American ancestry, referring to her as "Pocahontas".
This time around, the large Democratic field is expected to include multiple candidates touting progressive platforms - a reality that underscores her influence within the party but could also complicate her path to its nomination.
It made no mention of a recent Warren stumble: her October decision to release results of a DNA test that said she probably had a distant Native American ancestor.
With former Gov. Deval Patrick's withdrawal from consideration, Warren is the only potential candidate from MA. "She's one of the best of the very famous politicians, policy-wise & most of the candidates who'll come out will be markedly worse than her but they'll have to grapple with what she's laid down". She's been embattled in a debate with the 45th commander-in-chief over her Native American heritage.
"How did we get here?" she asked rhetorically. Meanwhile, outgoing Maryland democratic representative John Delaney officially announced his campaign for president in 2017.
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In the video, Ms Warren stressed the economic populist message that has brought her to national prominence.
Vowing to continue challenging the "billionaires and big corporations" as well as the politicians they've enlisted to cripple unions, dismantle financial regulations, and push tax cuts for the rich, the senator says: "We can make our democracy work for all of us". She'll be 70 in February 2020 at the start of nominating contests, which will feature scores of millennial and non-white voters who want candidates that are culturally relevant to them.
"I'm holding every random person who yelled at me in 2016 to their word that they'd vote for a woman if it was Elizabeth Warren".
Warren has arguably been approaching this campaign more aggressively than any major figure. Now Cherokee Nation denies her, "DNA test is useless".
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