Elizabeth Warren launches book tour

Violet Powell
April 20, 2017

Senator Elizabeth Warren is speaking at the Union Square Barnes & Noble on Tuesday evening, where she'll discuss her new book and fans can buy pre-signed copies.

The Massachusetts Democrat made a unusual face when pressed about the rumors on NBC's "Today Show" on Tuesday, while insisting that she's focused on running for reelection to the Senate in 2018. Are you kidding me?

Warren's supporters made an effort to get her to run for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, but she avoided that race. She said that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) won't make eye contact or say hello to her now (likely due to the fallout from him silencing her on the Senate floor). Warren asserted that the opportunities and support for the American middle class available when she was growing up do not exist today.

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Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) running for president that they are already trying to crush her potential 2020 bid. At one point in the book she writes that, when she asked her husband Bruce Mann about running for president in 2016, he responded that "a race like this one looks pretty bad".

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"Now, it's tradition to be coy about that in Washington, but where's your mind about that right now, are you 50/50, 80/20?" Are you 50/50? 80/20? Guthrie asked. "Where do you stand?" 'This is my 11th book. I kind of think you need more experience before you run for president of the United States.

Warren may be saying no, but the GOP doesn't believe it.

Mark, a Queens resident who came to see Warren but did not purchase a copy of her book, said her focus on Trump distracted from economic problems that existed far before his election. "'We view this book launch as the soft launch of her presidential campaign, and what I don't want is for her to have a 2018 re-election to the Senate that she then parlays into the start of the presidential run without any roadblocks in her way'".

"None of this was inevitable", Warren said. If so, it will be a very, very long cycle indeed.

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