After opting out of the 2016 election, Sen. Elizabeth Warren announced on Saturday that she may run for President after all.
Sen. Warren spoke at a town hall in Holyoke, Mass. on Saturday where she revealed that she will take a “hard look at running for president” once the midterm elections are over. This is the boldest statement Warren has made on a possible bid for the White House.
During a town hall, Warren was asked if she planned to run in 2020, and she replied with her most definitive indication to date. Warren responded by telling the town hall crowd that she will take a “hard look at running for president” after the Nov. 6 midterm elections.
Up until now, Warren has always denied any interest in running, to the dismay of many liberals. However, Warren insisted that she is focused on winning re-election to the Senate in November, Boston Globe reports.
Warren linked her potential interest in the upcoming Presidential election to the damage she sees President Trump doing to the country and how Republicans have handled the sexual assault accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Boston Globe.
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