It's been almost three years since the US elected its 45th president and as we inch forward to the next elections, several Democratic names have come up as possible presidential contenders to the GOP. However, one name at the moment stands above the rest, and that is Elizabeth Warren.
Over the summer, Trumpworld operatives, Republican Party oppo researchers, and GOP aides in Congress have all gleefully celebrated planting unflattering stories about Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, and Kamala Harris. But no one seems to have landed a lasting blow on Elizabeth Warren.
The earliest days of the Massachusetts senator’s presidential campaign provided ample fodder for Republicans. But Warren has recovered from that initial stumble, and steadily gained ground in the Democratic primary. And now Republicans are wondering why there is so little critical coverage of the senator and why the stories out there are making next to no dent.
Former VP Joe Biden may be ahead of the pack for now but trailing close behind are Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders. So far though, one of the hurdles that Warren needs to overcome is the expansion of her base and reaching out to a more diverse group of people. But if she can keep her momentum going and steadily gain more support from different sectors, then she has a really good chance of becoming the nominee.
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