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Elizabeth Warren wins the endorsement of the des Moines Register, Iowa’s top newspaper

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., a key endorsement Saturday won, when in Iowa, the largest newspaper announced that the state meetings their for the democratic presidential nomination, just days before the group.

“The senior US senator from Massachusetts is not the radicals, some of you to feel you,” des Moines Register editorial said. “She was a registered Republican until 1996. She is a capitalist.”

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The save tab, is a significant increase for Warren, the polls, trails, sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, and former South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg in the state.

“Yes, I’ve heard, and I am pleased,” Warren told reporters Saturday night, said in Iowa after the registration announced its endorsement.

The Register of editors cited her background as a former Harvard professor, as well as their role in the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as part of the Dodd-Frank reforms after the financial crisis of 2008. He praises you for the search for reforms, for the economy to working families benefits.

But the confirmation does not come without reservations, to say that “some of their ideas for the” large structural change “go too far” on issues like “Medicare for all.”

“And the board could not endorse the wholesale revision of the corporate governance or the cumulative levels of taxation that hits you,” it said. “While the Board has long believed single-payer health insurance, he supports a gradual transition to the more realistic approach. But Warren, the push in the right direction.”

The Board commends rivals like Biden (whom she says it would “restore credibility to the White house”) and Sanders (the “champions of the working class”), but says that “the country needs more.”

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“We need a President with the levers of government can work to translate ideas into laws and effective rules and regulations are signed. We need a President committed our troops to the home of open-ended foreign entanglements,” it says. “We need a President who understands that the American dream is in danger: the idea that someone who works hard and plays by the rules can come forward, and your children will be even better.”

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“With Warren, the Oval Office is occupied by someone who says the rebuilding of the middle class her life’s work,” the Board of Directors.

Warren was one of a number of candidates to consider the planning, town halls and other events in Iowa on Saturday as part of the final sprint in front of the group meetings on Feb. 3.

Warren and other senators have been hampered by the ongoing Senate impeachment trial of President Trump, not you are forced to stay in Washington, DC, while their have been a senator’s rivals in the tour of primary States, unencumbered.

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Warren’s campaign on Saturday indicated financial worries, if it’s by E-Mail to potential donors, before an “important January fundraising deadline.” In short, your financial goals, the campaign warned, and “the risk is that we scale back our advertising plan, during the critical period for this election.”

Fox News’ Tara Prindiville and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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