Published: Mon, December 31, 2018
Worldwide | By Angelina Lucas

Elizabeth Warren makes big move toward a 2020 presidential run

Elizabeth Warren makes big move toward a 2020 presidential run

The formation of an exploratory committee simply means that she's testing the waters for a potential run.

Warren appears to target voters of varied cultural, geographic and economic backgrounds with an anti-corporate, pro-worker message in her initial campaign pitch.

"I can't tell you if it's a smart move or not but this is a total gift to President Trump", Dent proclaimed, adding "this is the candidate he clearly wants". "And we know it is time to fight back".

The progressive star made the announcement via a four-and-half minute video in which she said, "Corruption is poisoning our democracy".

Green, whose group has supported Warren for years while talking up "the Warren wing" of the Democratic party, also gave a hint of how his group and potentially others might seek to distinguish the MA senator from other leading contenders.

Her video notes the economic challenges facing people of color along with images of a women's march and Warren's participation at an LGBT event.

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Wright said on December 24 FRNSW was using "laser building movement monitors" to check for any further movement. A resident told Nine News he heard a loud Bang, as if in the Interior of the building, something is broken.

She has frequently faced attacks from the White House and Republicans over whether she used claims of native ancestry to advance her career.

The DNA report, which was conducted by geneticist Carlos Bustamante of Stanford, concluded that "the vast majority" of Ms Warren's ancestry is European, but "the results strongly support" a Native American ancestor.

Warren has been a strong voice in the U.S. Senate on financial issues and a self-described defender of the ordinary American against powerful interests.

The Cherokee Nation responded to the results at the time by arguing that "a DNA test is useless to determine tribal citizenship". Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Cory Booker (D-N.J.), former Vice President Joe Biden, and outgoing Rep. Beto O'Rourke (D-Texas).

While the race for the Democratic nomination is only starting, even Warren's supporters acknowledge that she has lost ground in the last few months, both by her own hand and because the November midterm elections redefined Democratic success with candidates who were in many cases a generation younger. In one such episode, she turned an insult from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) - "nevertheless, she persisted" - into a liberal rallying cry.

Warren's staff members are also having discussions with operatives in those states and are in the process of searching for campaign office space in the Boston area, the expected location of her presidential campaign headquarters.

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