MSNBC anchor Brian Williams on Tuesday lauded Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D., Mass.) willingness to take pictures with New Hampshire voters despite being projected to finish fourth.
"Since she gave her remarks earlier tonight, while we've been talking, while we've been covering other stories, Elizabeth Warren, who lives just to the south of the state of New Hampshire, is taking a picture with all who ask," Williams said.
"This is awesome," anchor Rachel Maddow said.
Williams said Warren was "still at work" as MSNBC aired live pictures of her being photographed with some supporters on a night when she will not be receiving any delegates.
"She's a really, really, really good candidate," MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace added.
This isn't the first time the media have been impressed by Warren's ability to take pictures, or "selfies" as she calls them. Political reporters and cable news anchors were amazed by her ability to stand for four hours and take pictures with voters after one of her rallies last year in New York City.
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