Reports claim that Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts seems to be prepping for a presidential run in 2020. Suspicion has emerged for a variety of reasons, most notably that she seems to be raising historic amounts of money and cozying up with top political connections within the Democratic Party, according to the Daily Caller.
In fact, the Daily Caller reports that the senator has amassed a mighty $13 million going into her re-election year, an amount that is far greater than any senator in modern history. It is certainly more than what she will need to win her re-election seat, especially this early in the year.
According to Warren, she is simply raising a lot of money in order to secure her re-election to the Senate. She is not running for president, she insists, but is rather running for re-election to the Senate.
Put simply, the main reason why people think Warren might run for president is that she has raised far more money than is necessary to run for re-election to the Senate. On top of that, she has also sought to maintain a national profile throughout Trump's first year in the White House.
On numerous occasions, Warren has taken on Trump, especially when the president and the Republican Party were attempting to repeal Obamacare. Warren not only opposed Trump's effort to repeal Obama's healthcare reform. In fact, she also co-sponsored for Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, who wants a single-payer health care bill.
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