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    2020 Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren swore off big money for her campaign. She vowed to run a grassroots campaign. But Warren has wealthy supporters. Her campaign has organized ways for her to avoid meeting with them so she can say she runs her campaign on small-dollars. Instead, her campaign treasurer and another ally meet with these wealthy supporters.

    What a difference two years makes.  Back in 2017, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) was on the floor of the U.S. Senate reading a 1986 letter from Coretta Scott King opposing the nomination of Jeff Sessions to a federal judgeship. It was one of Warren's contributions to the debate in the Senate over President Trump's nomination of Sen. Sessions for attorney general.

    People keep bringing up the fact that Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Bernie Sanders (I-VT) are millionaires so much that the two of them have centered their attacks on billionaires. Warren wants a wealth tax targeting billionaires. Microsoft founder Bill Gates served up a dose of reality to Warren and others who believe billionaires should pay their so-called "fair share."

    During my recent trip to D.C., I had a chance to sit down for an interview with Cabot Phillips of Campus Reform, which is part of The Leadership Institute. The topic was Elizabeth Warren, focusing on her Medicare-for-all plan, as well as her Native American problem and electoral prospects. From the Campus Reform write up, EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Cornell prof rips Elizabeth Warren's 'Medicare for all' plan to shreds:

    I appeared on Friday night, November 1, on Fox News @Night with Shannon Bream, to discuss Elizabeth Warren's Medicare-for-All Tax Plan. When Warren first announced, a couple of weeks ago, that she would be releasing a tax plan to pay for her Medicare-for-All proposal, I predicted on the Shannon Bream show that it would be based on a set of unrealistic assumptions and projections to rig the calculation so she could falsely claim no middle class tax hike:
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