If there is another woman Donald Trump wants to run against for president, it would be Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren. It’s not because he admires her (he absolutely does not), though. “I think she would lose so badly,” the president stated. Nonetheless, Trump said that a race against Warren would be “a dream come true.”
It cannot be forgotten that Warren had been a close supporter of Hillary Clinton during the 2016 elections. In one of Clinton’s campaign rallies, Warren famously said, “I got news for you, Donald Trump. Women have had it with guys like you!”
Warren was elected in the U.S. Senate in 2012. Her campaign for the Senate was based on a promise that she would fight for the middle class. She is considered a top expert when it comes to bankruptcy and financial pressure. During the time of President Barack Obama, Warren was tapped to create the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and in the 2008 financial crisis, she was named Chair of the Congressional Oversight Panel for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP).
Today, Warren says that Trump has been delivering “one gut punch after another” to the middle class since his presidency began. Now, she is encouraging supporters to speak up and work together to hold Trump accountable. Of Russia’s meddling to get Trump to the White House, Warren said, “Every American should care about investigating that, getting to the bottom of that and getting an appropriate response.”
Trump: Warren had been ‘bad for Hillary.’
As for Trump, his distaste for Warren continues, as shown in a recent interview with Fox News. The president remarked that Warren had been full of “craziness and anger” on the campaign trail with Clinton. “She is bad for Hillary,” Trump continued.
Unclear if Warren would actually run for president.
As of the moment, it is unclear if Warren has plans to run for president. As Politico reports, former Democratic Leader Harry Reid had suggested her to run in the past. Today, however, it does not seem that Warren is focused on a 2020 race, according to Mass Live. During a stop at downtown Springfield, Warren’s supporters cheered at the idea of a presidential run. Hearing this, she playfully hushed the crowd, telling them to “sit down.”