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Elizabeth Warren’s “dedicated Fans” give her a chance, in the year 2020, but the controversy surrounding her heritage could prove costly, according to Chief Political anchor, Baier and a team of Fox – News-expert.
During this week’s episode of “The candidate with Bret Baier”, the “Special Report” host was accompanied by Marie Harf, co-host of Fox Talk, Benson and Harf, Peter Doocy, Fox News correspondent, and Chris Stirewalt, Fox News politics editor, to discuss Warren’s chances.
Doocy spoke to the Massachusetts senator’s chances, pointing to its “very engaged supporters”, which is considered an important factor in your offer.
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“She is the only person I’ve seen so far, where in Iowa by the thousands of people turned out to see that she wore on a Saturday night, every fifth or sixth person, a T-shirt that said: “Nevertheless, she insisted’ was known, as she tries to Mitch McConnell to clap, speak to her from the Senate floor a few months ago,” he said.
“So, despite all the talk about their ancestry and how confusing things … she has very dedicated supporters.”
Harf echoed similar feelings while highlighting a major challenge for all Democratic candidates.
“There are a lot of media attention to the far left and there is not so much what we said as the ‘Blue dogs’,” she said.
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“I think both of them are pieces of the Democratic coalition and the challenge of finding a candidate who can speak will be authentic to both, because we need both, and to try to split that difference.
“I think that there is a lot of energy, to be quite honest, both pieces of the Democratic party, and we will fight in the next few months the Primary.”
Stirewalt, though, pointed to the controversy surrounding her heritage as something to stick in the minds of the voters.
“She has managed to get it wrong two or three different types,” he said.
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“Finally had to come out and say, ‘Yes, and it comes out later that I have exaggerated in the way” and basically you had to hold open the door at the end, Yes, you are more, because it is a card, allegedly in her own handwriting, when applied, for the Texas State Bar that she had listed herself as Native American.
“So, if you think a rank-and-file Democrats, electability, especially in your head.
“Well, you can, it is a positive, because it makes Democrats mad if Donald Trump is attacking you and you can use it as a positive, but for those who are thinking about electability will be a factor.”
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Each week, Baier brings his media-to lead to knowledge and many years of work on Capitol Hill, the audience through a conversation about possible candidates in the 2020 presidential election.
In the first two episodes of the series, Baier presidency describes candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and the former HUD Secretary Julian Castro.
Listen to a new episode of “The candidate with Bret Baier” every Tuesday for a deep dive into more 2020 hopefuls. Subscribe to Apple’s Podcasts here.