Elizabeth Warren just slipped up and revealed her plans for 2020
Elizabeth Warren has become popular within the Democrats’ leftwing base.
Many are pushing her to take Hillary Clinton’s throne as the head of the Democrat Party.
And Warren just revealed her plans for 2020 in this interview.
In an interview with WBUR, Elizabeth Warren may have accidently revealed that she fully intends to run for President.
The Daily Caller reports:
Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts sidestepped answering whether or not she would serve her full six-year term if re-elected to the Senate in November, as speculation that she will run for president in 2020 increases.
During an interview with WBUR on Tuesday evening, host Maria Garcia asked Warren if she would commit to completing her term.
“I am running for Senate right now. I’m serving the people of Massachusetts as hard as I can, every single chance I get,” Warren replied. “That’s what I’m doing down here in Washington.”
“This idea that it’s all about what’s going to happen every four years I think just takes people away from the importance of these midterms,” she continued.
Elizabeth Warren is consistently named as one of the top contenders for the Democratic nomination in the 2020 election.
Other names include Senators Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, and even Bernie Sanders who would be 79 on Election Day.
Many consider Senator Warren the heir apparent to Hillary Clinton – a candidate that can represent women and will govern to the extreme left.
But she wouldn’t stand a chance in debates against President Trump.
Trump has routinely mocked her for claiming Native American heritage, branding her as “Fauxcahontas.”