Elizabeth Warren makes key 2020 hires ahead of first Iowa trip

Trump slams Warren as she explores 2020 bid

Trump slams Warren as she explores 2020 bid

This is the biggest story of our time, and a couple days after Elizabeth Warren announced her run for the presidency, she stepped up and became a leader on this issue.

Democratic senator Elizabeth Warren announced her intention run for U.S. president in 2020 by releasing a campaign video outlining her vision to provide equal opportunities and economic and social justice.

"I originally ran for the Senate in MA so that I would be in a place to try to help strengthen America's hard-working families and to try to make this government work better for them, and that's what this national campaign is all about as well", Warren said in response to a question about pundits who say that she suffers from an electability problem in much of the country. And while other possible White House contenders, including Sens.

Jim Braude was joined by former MA co-chair of the Trump Presidential campaign Geoff Diehl, who ran for Senate against Warren in November; and Steve Kerrigan, former CEO of the Democratic National Convention and President of Obama's Inaugural Committee. The senator will hold multiple events across the state this weekend.

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"I drink Michelob Ultra - the club soda of beers", she told reporters Wednesday.

The moves follow Warren's decision to launch a presidential exploratory committee on Monday.

In the livestream video taken at her home Monday night, she took a break telling her watchers "hold on a sec. I wish her well", Trump said. "I'd love to run against her".

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