Sen. Elizabeth Warren Isn't Running For President in 2020

Chelsea West
March 13, 2018

The Berkshire Eagle recently called on Warren to "take the spit test" and resolve the issue once and for all. That doesn't rule out that she won't eventually run for president, and her interviewer, CNN's Jim Acosta, should have noticed this and nailed her down as to whether she WILL run for president.

The Massachusetts Senator was interviewed on today;s episode of NBC's Meet the Press. But she's also been dogged by the allegation that she has claimed Native American ancestry to advance her academic career.

'So, let me tell you the story of my family, ' she began.

"My mother and daddy were born and raised in Oklahoma", Warren said. My daddy first saw my mother when they were both teenagers'.

However, Warren's reflection of her heritage remains based on what she was told by her parents.

"I know who I am, and never used [my heritage] for anything, never got any benefit from it anywhere", she said on "Meet the Press".

Warren's problem is that she is up for reelection this year.

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Suddenly it seems as if Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Kirsten Gillibrand and a bunch of other Democratic 2020 hopefuls can breathe a sigh of relief. That's where I'm going to stay focused.

"This government is working better and better and better for a thinner and thinner slice at the top", Warren said.

When Todd asked her why she is against knowing the results for sure, Warren replied: 'I do know.

"Look, I do know". I never used my family tree to get a break or get ahead.

The speech was a clear attempt to put the controversy around her claims of heritage to rest and potentially another sign of 2020 presidential ambitions. He has pointed out that Warren does not claim membership in a tribe. How about that?' Trump asked the crowd. It's a term that Warren has said she considers a racial slur. And he was head over heels in love with her and wanted to marry her. In an economy hollowed out by the Great Recession, legacy Democrats lurch, occasionally, in a populist direction before retreating to where they are most comfortable: "doing favors for the rich in exchange for campaign donations".

"This is an issue that's happening right here in America". "I am running for the United States Senate. That is just fundamentally wrong". This is a group that is being injured every single day. "We need a comprehensive rethinking of our trade policy". A 2016 USA justice department survey said 56% of Native American women reported experiencing sexual violence.

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