Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) was spotted entering a Monday meeting held by a group of liberal super-donors to discuss their plan to fight back following the crushing defeat they were dealt in last week's election.
Democracy Alliance members such as George Soros descended on Washington, D.C., on Sunday for a three-day conference at the Mandarin Oriental hotel.
The group will map out its plans to thwart Trump from implementing his agenda and retool the liberal movement in preparation for the 2018 elections, according to an agenda obtained by Politico‘s Ken Vogel.
Video captured by the NTK Network on Monday morning shows Warren walking though the lobby of the Mandarin.
Warren spoke to the Democracy Alliance in 2014 during a meeting that eventual Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton was not present for. Many at the meeting hoped that Warren, a more progressive option, would challenge Clinton for the nomination.