Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) took an apparent swipe at fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton in a new interview published Monday, arguing middle- and working-class voters did not believe the failed 2016 presidential candidate was committed to fighting for them.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) pans fellow Democrat Bill Clinton in her new book, This Fight Is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America’s Middle Class, due out on Tuesday, criticizing the former president for his role in deregulating the financial sector years before the housing crisis in 2007.
Former Navy SEAL Gabriel Gomez told reporters on Wednesday that he is mulling over the prospects of launching a Senate run against Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) in the 2018 election.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) has raked in over $5 million in the first quarter of 2017 while gearing up for her reelection bid in 2018.
Massachusetts is a reliably blue state in most national elections, but its outspoken Democratic senator has seen her approval ratings drop among voters who approve of their Republican governor by a wide margin.
Salary data provided by Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s office to outlets such as the Huffington Post paint a misleading picture of employment in the Massachusetts Democratic senator’s office and fail to disprove the fact reported Tuesday that Warren paid men significantly more than women in 2016.