Elizabeth Warren's whirlwind week ends with a new test in Iowa

Elizabeth Warren's whirlwind week ends with a new test in Iowa

Warren is throwing her name into the ring early - but supporters in Council Bluffs say she should bring it on. "Get in now, start to build your network in Iowa".

"Following Warren's announcement [that she was forming an exploratory committee], more than a dozen sought-after Democratic activists in New Hampshire said they had concerns about her candidacy in interviews with the Globe", the paper continued.

"It's one more way just to invite people into your home", Warren said. "I want to have a chance to visit with people about how Washington can work better for them on student loans, on investments in infrastructure".

Warren was been a favorite target of Trump, who frequently calls her "Pocahontas" - a reference to Warren's claims of Native American heritage.

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Democrats' top target, President Donald Trump, is known to have never consumed alcohol, which may partially help explain Warren's desperate reach for relatability.

"How about if the president spends his time getting the government back open?"

"It's important for everybody this year". The first Democratic presidential debate is this June, however. The senator will hold multiple events across the state this weekend. Cory Booker of New Jersey and Kamala Harris of California, have already been to Iowa, the hires make clear that Warren intends to compete in the state.

"I'm in this fight because I am grateful", she said. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont, another likely 2020 presidential contender. "I think people will find her interesting". It also pointed out that Trump has been critical of Warren's claims that she had some Native American ancestry.

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Progressives who wanted to draft Warren to run for president in 2016 kicked off their campaign in the state. She campaigned for former Rep. Bruce Braley when he ran unsuccessfully for Senate against Republican Joni Ernst.

When asked how she will deal with the continuing mockery from Trump, Warren responded that the president "can bluster forever, but it doesn't change the underlying reality".

"This is going to be the fish or cut bait year for the Democrats and it's going to be, 'How do we think government should work and who do we think government should work for?' Warren said Wednesday".

"I think she's gonna get questions about it, I told her".

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Warren's willingness to take on Trump in Twitter tangles and pointed public speeches could give some voters additional pause. "But I still don't know enough about Sen".

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