An Iowa dad expressed a view shared by many, that Elizabeth Warren's plan to forgive student loan debt is unfair. It would let some people off the hook for unpaid debt while ignoring the people who acted responsibly and did the right thing by paying their debts.
When Beto was still in the race, he was mocked for having what became a test balloon campaign, throwing anything and everything at the wall to see what stuck. His campaign turned into a joke and he was viewed (is viewed) as wholly unserious.
Elizabeth Warren seems to be following an adjacent path. Most recently, Warren vowed to release all Trump documents related to the impeachment inquiry.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is becoming noticeably desperate in her grasping attempts to stall the freefall her campaign is experiencing in both polls and fundraising.
Not only did she pick—and lose—an unnecessary fight with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) over a sexist comment he supposedly made to her, but now she is pledging to fill her cabinet with 'women and nonbinary people.'
On Friday, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) claimed to be "the only one running for president whose actually been on the executive side." This is clearly false given that former Vice President Joe Biden (D-DE) was . . . well, vice president. Not to mention that Michael Bloomberg (D-NY), Bernie Sanders (I-VT), and Pete Buttigieg (D-IN) are all former mayors.
Just when you thought the on-going feud between Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) couldn't possibly become more absurd, it does. Bernie has been accused by CNN, who relayed the message from the Warren campaign, of saying that a woman could not win the presidency. Only die-hard Warren supporters appear to believe Warren (or CNN).
Up until recently, all of the 2020 Democratic candidates have been trying very hard to keep their political attacks focused on Trump instead of each other. Things changed at the debate on Tuesday night when Elizabeth Warren and CNN went after Bernie Sanders.
Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are currently engaged in a long-suppressed feud that we all saw coming. It got particularly nasty when Warren claimed that Sanders told her that a woman could not win the presidency.
Just two days before the final Iowa debate, CNN ran a story -- obviously leaked by the Elizabeth Warren campaign and based on second- and third- hand sourcing -- claiming that in a private meeting in 2018, Bernie Sanders told her a woman couldn't win the presidency.
That claim is frequently made by liberals lamenting how Hillary Clinton lost and the uphill fight women face on a national political stage. But coming in the ultra-woke Democratic primary, it was an incendiary accusation against Bernie.
Over the course of the last several days, a public feud has erupted between Elizabeth Warren's and Bernie Sanders' respective presidential campaigns as we draw ever closer to the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses, which take place on Feb. 3rd.
Since before either of their campaigns officially began, both Warren and Sanders made an off-the-record pact not to attack each other as they ran for president out of respect for their collegial working relationship in the U.S. Senate and similar political philosophies.
Apparently it's not just Democrat operatives and insiders who are sounding the alarm over a potential nomination of socialist Bernie Sanders (I-VT) or Elizabeth Warren (D-MA).
Both are so far out of the mainstream, even among Democrats, that over a dozen House Democrats in swing states are reportedly rallying behind former vice president Joe Biden (D-DE).
Former HUD secretary Julián Castro ended his presidential campaign a few days ago, but has shown no attempts to remain out of the limelight.
Castro announced this morning he endorses Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) for president. He plans on campaigning for Warren starting this week in Brooklyn, NY.