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Some Warren Fans seem to be willing to give the Democratic presidential candidate a pass; Peter Doocy reports from Dubuque, Iowa.
Massachusetts senator and 2020, the Democrat, Elizabeth Warren was seeing double on Monday after a meeting with her lookalike in Minnesota.
Stephanie Oyen wore short blonde hair, glasses and a blue blazer to a town hall event to know at Macalester College, that their clothes are similar to would be the presidential candidate-style. But she is underestimated, obviously, how well the DoppelgangeR is you.
“I thought it was some giggles would,” Oyen the Star Tribune said. “Then the people began to shout, ‘Senator Warren!’ The people clapped and runs up to me to take photos. I always said: ‘I am you!’, but I looked up and hundreds of people were staring at me.”
Finally you had had enough of the confusion you had.already at the event and took the blazer and glasses
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“It was strange very quickly,” she said. “I’m shaking with my hands and my head, making me more like Elizabeth Warren. I said, ‘I am you!’, but I would have said: “Medicare for all!’ “
She continued, “I’m not a rogue. I really thought that people would know, but then began to run them up and say, “You’re my hero!” and the photos. I felt so bad.”
However, things took a strange turn, when Oyen Warren face-to-face met.
“I couldn’t tell whether she recognized I was dressed like her, or if she thought, ‘Here is a strange lady dressed like a stereotypical politician,’ ” Oyen reminded.
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Warren reportedly told her “We need to talk!” and she pointed to Oyen outfit.
The 2020 candidate later joked on Twitter that it “would be even better if you had brought your own, Bailey,” aka Warren golden retriever and campaigns companion.