Elizabeth Warren Makes It Official, Announces She’s Running For President In 2020

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US Senator Elizabeth Warren has formally launched her bid to stand for the White House in 2020 with a speech in which she promised to tackle economic inequality.

Warren plans to unveil a new, high-profile backer in Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy III on Saturday, who will endorse his former professor at the outdoor event.

Weeks after announcing her exploratory committee, Warren's announcement in MA today kicked off her campaign in what's shaping up to be a large Democratic field running against President Donald Trump.

Following the formation of a presidential exploratory committee on December 31, Warren had a successful first month on the campaign trail, making well-received trips to Iowa and New Hampshire with her message of taking on a corrupt political and economic system.

"Our fight is for big, structural change", said the MA senator, who throughout her speech invoked popular policies like Medicare for All, a Green New Deal, a wealth tax, and ambitious criminal justice reform.

"This is the fight of our lives, the fight to build an America where dreams are possible and an America that works for everyone", she continued. After first winning election to the USA senate in 2012, Warren became one of the body's most outspoken critics of outlaw financial practices and white-collar impunity. Her past claims to Native American heritage, including a controversial DNA test to prove she had distant Native American ancestry, landed her in hot water with the Cherokee Nation. She spoke at a rally outside a mill in Lawrence, Massachusetts to officially announce she was a Democratic nomination for president.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Congress Semiannual Monetary Policy Report 2018
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She was the keynote speaker at the 2016 Democratic National Convention and became Vice Chair of the Senate Democratic Caucus the next year.

Warren has too much baggage - all that "Pocahontas" nonsense - and she is too much like Hillary Clinton.

Elizabeth Warren essentially has been disqualified from a presidential run by virtue of her claim, in 1986, to Native American race on her Texas bar registration card. Warren's choice of site is a clear nod to her campaign message of a system rigged by powerful elites and corporations against the middle and working classes. Her ancestry drew fresh scrutiny earlier this week with the discovery that she described her race as American Indian on a form to join the Texas legal bar in the 1980s. "Separating a momma from a baby does not make this country safer", Warren said in an interview with CNN last summer, a message she has returned to during her time on the campaign trail.

Warren's announcement will be followed on Sunday by U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar, who has said she will reveal her presidential plans in her home state of Minnesota. "I'm not taking applications from billionaires who want to run a super PAC on my behalf".

But President Donald Trump and other Republicans have criticized the city for being a hub for the heroin trade. She meant to spend Sunday in Iowa, where the leadoff caucuses will be the first test of candidates' viability.

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