Newly minted Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) began her tenure this week by refusing to define just what “middle class” means in an interview with Fox Boston:
REPORTER: You mentioned middle class. What numbers are we talking about in terms of income level?
WARREN: It’s not a numbers issue. I know you would expect a very wonky answer from me about the percentiles, but it’s not.
REPORTER: Well, I would just because that would be the way you would expect that something would be written in a bill form. It would be people with income levels here to— WARREN: No, it’s not—
REPORTER: Oh, okay.
Warren notably campaigned on the interests of middle-class families, even speaking on the topic at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C.
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