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Elizabeth Warren's foreign policy vision consists of nostalgia for the Carter era
At American University on Thursday, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass, outlined her foreign policy vision for America. Pursuant to effective foreign policy, it has about as much value and relevance as Warren has Native American blood.
Elizabeth Warren or Kamala Harris/Beto Rourke 2020
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Warren’s Big Foreign Policy Speech? Simple and Irresponsible
Sen. Elizabeth Warren just gave a foreign policy speech that national security professionals who want U.S. global leadership should fear. Are you really going to hitch your wagon to Senator Elizabeth Warren?
Elizabeth Warren ‘Not Surprised’ by Cohen Lying to Congress, Says ‘Congress Needs to Act Now’ to Protect Mueller
Hours after President Donald Trump’s longtime personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, pleaded guilty on Thursday to lying to Congress, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said she was not at all surprised and that the news should push the Senate to vote on legislation to protect special counsel Robert Mueller’s
Trump's Undocumented Workforce Is Starting to Step Into the Light
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I can smell the dumpster fires already
merican politicians can't seem to make themselves wait until 2019 to start acting like it's 2020. Former vice president Joe Biden wants us to know that he's "the most qualified person in the country to be president."
Mitchell Chapman: Democratic freshman could produce Trump challenger
PITTSFIELD — The 2018 midterm elections are over, and the Democrats are in control of the house for the first time since 2010. Mission accomplished, at least partially — the Senate still lies in Republican hands — but now it's time to look forward to and prepare for 2020.
Sen. Warren Squeezes Saudi PR Firms
Sen. Elizabeth Warren wrote letters to the heads of 23 PR/lobbying firms to determine the extent of their current and past business with Saudi Arabia in the aftermath of the Oct. 2 torture, murder and dismemberment of dissident and Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi.
UMass Poll: MA Voters Favor Biden, Sanders Over Local 2020 Hopefuls
BOSTON (WBZ-AM) -- Early indications show there's no homefield advantage in Massachusetts for Democrats who might throw their hat in the presidential primary ring in 2020. A UMass YouGov November poll asked respondents who they would vote for if the 2020 Democratic Primary were held today.
Rep. Eric ‘Nuke ‘Em’ Swalwell says he’s open to running on the top of a ticket with Joe Biden
Polls change all the time, obviously, but the names that always seem to sit atop the field of possible Democratic presidential candidates in 2020 are Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders, with Sen. Elizabeth Warren usually hovering around third place (although her hometown paper is urging her not to ru
Sen. Warren declares her opposition to revamped trade deal
WASHINGTON (AP) — Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren announced her opposition to a revamped North American trade agreement with Canada and Mexico, arguing that it doesn't do enough to stop the "serious and ongoing harm NAFTA causes for American workers."
Democrats speeding up their 2020 campaign launches
NEW YORK (AP) — Democrats are hitting fast forward. The first major presidential campaign announcements could come before year's end. The Democratic National Committee plans to announce a debate framework by then featuring 15 to 20 candidates. The first primary debate could happen as early as May, a
Sen. Warren Encourages Senators to Vote Against Kraninger Nomination
On November 27, 2018, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) issued a letter to her fellow senators strongly urging them to vote against the nomination of Kathy Kraninger as the next Director of the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (BCFP or Bureau). This letter comes on the eve of the Kraninger vote
White like her
There are a few levels of schadenfreude to be had in Astead Herndon’s New York Times story “Elizabeth Warren Stands by DNA Test. But Around Her, Worries Abound.” Warren’s absurd promotion of test results that contradicted her claim to Native American ancestry has somehow gone missing from the Times
Elizabeth Warren, eyeing 2020, decries military overreach
WASHINGTON — Sen. Elizabeth Warren inched closer to a likely presidential run Thursday, making a major foreign policy speech that cited the need to rein in “unsustainable and ill-advised military commitments” across the world.
Officially Bowing Out, Deval Patrick Cites “Cruelty of Our Elections Process”
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Kamala Harris Says She’ll Decide After Holidays Whether to Run for President
Speaking at an event on Saturday evening, Harris said “It will ultimately be a family decision,” which she said would be made “over the holiday.”
Biden Brands Himself as “Most Qualified” Person to Serve as President
On Monday evening, former Vice President Joe Biden professed himself as the “most qualified” individual to serve as president of the United States, according to new reports.
When C.E.O.s Cared About America
Not so long ago, corporate leaders understood they had a stake in the country's prosperity. ByDavid Leonhardt Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke at American University in Washington, D.C., on Thursday.CreditT.J. Kirkpatrick for The New York Times The October 1944 edition of Fortune magazine carried an a
The 2020 Democrats and foreign policy
First, Tommy and Ben talk through George H.W. Bush’s foreign policy record, the good the bad and the ugly. Then they discuss the news out of the G20, the latest on Saudi Arabia, and the Democrats’ foreign policy messaging. Then Tommy is joined by Kelly Magsamen to discuss Elizabeth Warren’s foreign