How Elizabeth Warren lost the White House but became the president of U.S. ideas

How Elizabeth Warren lost the White House but became the president of U.S. ideas
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[Ed. – Miss her yet?]

With the U.S. gripped by its biggest challenge at least since 9/11 and arguably since World War II, Warren has been everywhere — either in person on the nightly TV shows, pushing for a coronavirus rescue that would also re-balance American society back toward the middle class, or at least in spirit, with the two remaining septuagenarian white men vying to become the Democrat to challenge President Trump competing to embrace the Warren agenda.

“When the 2008 financial crisis hit, the federal government responded with a bankers’ bailout,” Warren wrote this week in a CNN op-ed, recalling the tempest that put a once obscure academic on a near-miss White House trajectory a dozen years ago. “The rich and powerful got richer and more powerful. We should learn from the past and meet the challenges of this pandemic head-on, this time to deliver meaningful, grassroots relief directly to American families.”

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