Elizabeth Warren played coy when asked if she is planning a presidential run in 2020. While she denied it her face clearly said something else. Watch in this video:
— Steve Kopack (@SteveKopack) April 18, 2017
Savannah Guthrie and Matt Lauer were interviewing her on the Today show when Guthrie asked, “A lot of people are saying what this book is about is launching the presidential campaign of Elizabeth Warren. It’s tradition to be coy about that in Washington. But where’s your mind about that right now? Are you 50-50? 80-20? Where do stand? Are you likely to run?”
Warren smirked then said, “This is-no-this is not what I’m doing. This is my 11th book. My life’s work is about what’s happening to working families across this country.”
Guthrie interjected, “Ok, but did you say, no, not likely to run?”
Warren replied, “I am running in 2018. For Senator from Massachusetts. I am deeply blessed that the people of the Commonwealth sent me to Washington to fight for them. And that’s what I’ll keep on doing.”
Lauer added, “Because a lot of people are already printing up those bumper stickers for 2020, that say, “She was warned, she was given an explanation and nevertheless she persisted.””
Clearly Warren wants to run but is waiting to see what kind of support she’ll get for her presidential bid.
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