in the proximity ofvideo Elizabeth Warren promises to keep the commitment, despite the disappointing finish in New Hampshire
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren ‘ s home advantage disappeared in the first-in-the-nation primary; Peter Doocy reports from Nashua, New Hampshire.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., reverse game about a story you told, where you said, a campaign took a contribution from a college student that only had “$6” in your account.
The primary goal in your neighboring state of New Hampshire appears on MSNBC after their devastating fourth place on Tuesday, she was asked whether she was sure that it was “some kind of coalescence” to a candidate following Super Tuesday to prevent a “bitter” conveys Convention.
Warren responded by saying that she was “worried”, but referred to the “so many people in this fight,” citing one of their own Fans that they met in the selfie on-line to your New Hampshire event.
“A young woman came by himself and said,” I’m a poor college student, with a lot of student loan debt.’ And she said, ‘I checked, and I have six dollars in the bank. So I had to keep only three dollars in this fight,'” Warren recalled.
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She continued, “This is what we need to do. We’ve gotta stay in this fight with the people who count on us. This is not about fighting other Democrats. This is faith about the fight for the America we are.”
Warren, who was together the clip on her Twitter page in the hope of promoting your campaign, sharply criticized for the adoption of the broke college student contribution.
“Elect me, and I’ll take your last few dollars, too!” Grabien is the founder and news editor Tom Elliott laughed.
“Warren is worth ~$12M. Back probably should have given that $3 to the student, broke 50%, handed over their savings,” Washington Examiner columnist T. Becket Adams responded.
“Liz could not give you back the 3 $and then give you another $6, so you would have double your money?” Human events managing editor Ian Miles Cheong asked.
“Lmao man you left her????” Twitter users enjoy the convenience of self-complacent from.
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Warren walked away from the New Hampshire primary, without all of the delegates have earned, as 9 percent of the vote, missed the 15 percent threshold to some percentage of the delegates. Also a short fall in the night on Wednesday, the former Vice-President was Joe Biden, left, the emergence of the state of South Carolina, hours before the results began to.