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Massachusetts sen. Elizabeth Warren said on Monday that it is filing paperwork to start an exploratory Committee for President, their first major step in the direction of the 2020 run for the White house.
“Today I am starting a exploratory committee for president,” Warren, 69, a Democrat, said in a video released to the Fans.
In the announcement, the liberal firebrand argued the government “is bought and paid for by a bunch of billionaires and giant companies who think they can dictate the rules to everyone,” it’s called “corruption, pure and simple.”
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“It is not said how a government should work,” Warren. “You know it. I know it is. And we know it’s time to fight back.”
For details about your campaign, Warren said she will “terminate the plan” early in the new year.
Warren burst on the national scene, calling for a decade ago during the financial crisis, more consumer protection. They quickly became also to one of the party’s more prominent liberal, how they fought, sometimes against the Obama administration officials about their response to the market turmoil.
Now, as a likely presidential contender, is an appeal to the party base. Your video notes the economic challenges faced by people of color, along with images of women-March, and Warren’s participation in a gay rights event.
Warren is the most prominent Democrat is still a step in the direction of a presidential candidacy and has always been a favorite destination of President Trump.
In October, Warren took the rare step of releasing DNA test results of the test of their Indian origin, in apparent reaction to the persistent criticism from Trump and other Republicans.
Warren has, over the years, their heritage of the native American people were accused of exaggerating, to help, to get a job as a Harvard law professor. The President, highlighting the controversy that has followed you since your first campaign for the Senate who routinely used the nickname “Pocahontas”.
The results of Warren strong evidence” that Warren had a look a Indian ancestors back six to 10 generations. revealed published” But the test can cause new problems with the Native-American community
WARREN ‘ S DNA-TESTING RENEWED TESTING OF A LONG STORY, CLAIMING NATIVE-AMERICAN HERITAGE
The Cherokee Nation responded to the results in the time, he argued that “a DNA test is useless, to determine tribal citizenship.”
“Current DNA tests do not distinguish whether a person’s ancestors were the indigenous people of North and South America,” Cherokee Nation Secretary of state Chuck Hoskin Jr., said in a press release.
In mid-December, former Obama housing chief Julian Castro, also a presidential exploratory committee, which allows legally to start a potential candidate to collect money announced. Outgoing Maryland REP John Delaney is the only Democrat to have officially announced a presidential campaign.
But this is likely to change quickly in the new year, like other leading Democrats, steps in the direction of the White house runs.
Warren joins a Democratic field is shaping up as the most crowded in decades, with many of their Senate colleagues to be open with their own campaigns, as well as governors, mayors and other prominent citizens. One of its main competitors, Sen. Bernie Sanders could, a Vermont independent running who is eyeing another presidential candidate, to use the same populist rhetoric.
Fox News’ Ryan Gaydos and The Associated Press contributed to this report.