“You stay after it… One might say you persist. Organize…fight for working people and that’s how I am going to the the first woman elected President.”
— CNN (@CNN) April 23, 2019
SHE IS (deservedly) GETTING NOTICED, MORE AND MORE…
— alyssa *feeling like rachel green* mastromonaco (@AlyssaMastro44) April 23, 2019
It’s true: I was a registered Republican. Then I started doing research on why families were getting crushed. All the money was on one side, and all the hurting was on the other. I realized that all of the Republicans stood with the rich and powerful. #WarrenTownHall
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) April 23, 2019
That monopolies answer by Warren in her CNN townhall was killer. A master class is how to clearly explain a complex policy that’s without collapsing into jargon.
The idea that Warren isn’t a charismatic speaker is insane. This is the stuff people gushed over Bill Clinton for.
— Ezra Klein (@ezraklein) April 23, 2019
I’ve now watched Warren in a whole bunch of these kinds of setups.
The one thing that strikes me every time:
She consistently looks comfortable; happy to be there; passionate about issues and completely at ease with substantive public conversations about her ideas.
— The Hoarse Whisperer (@HoarseWisperer) April 23, 2019
When Elizabeth Warren is asked about calling for impeachment hearings, she responded with this:
— Erick Fernandez (@ErickFernandez) April 23, 2019
Asked if her impeachment comments take away from issues voters care about, Warren says: "I took an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States." She says everyone in Congress should have to vote on this. #WarrenTownHall
— MJ Lee (@mj_lee) April 23, 2019
#WarrenTownHall @ewarren OK. I am proud of Warren for invoking race in front of a majority white crowd & in reply to an answer by a white aspiring cop. Tell the truth sister, wherever you find yourself.
— Barbara Ransby (@BarbaraRansby) April 23, 2019
primary will be at least in part about whether Democrats want a different brand of politics than the one Obama practiced … but don't expect any to offer anything but glowing praise about former president https://t.co/tvVaFiq8ft
— Alex Roarty (@Alex_Roarty) April 23, 2019
There’s a political truism that was old when I was very young: A winning politician is one who can get their sign-holders out even when the weather’s lousy…
— Nora Keefe (@norakatekeefe) April 22, 2019