Ted Cruz: Elizabeth Warren Could Win 2020 Election

Senator Elizabeth Warren said Tuesday morning that she isn't planning to challenge President Donald Trump for the White House in 2020

There has been a lot of speculation that Warren's new book, "This Fight Is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America's Middle Class", is merely a platform to launch a 2020 presidential campaign. She wasn't in her home state, but Warren couldn't have asked for a friendlier audience to launch her book tour.

She went on to explain that the goal of her book has changed since she began writing it. Some Conservative politicians and academics are taking Elizabeth Warren's new book as proof that she will run for president in 2020.

The Massachusetts senator came prepared with several recurring zingers about Trump, whom she repeatedly warned could deliver "the knockout blow" to the American middle class.

White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, who was recently removed from National Security Council, meanwhile, saw the lowest favorability among voters with just 16 percent saying they had positive views of him, according to survey results. She avoids criticizing Clinton for missteps in last year's presidential campaign, skips weighing in on the myriad internecine fights inside the Democratic party, and only touches on her own brief considerations to run last year. And I saw this little girl, and she was riding on her daddy's shoulders, and she's holding up this sign, and the sign said, "I fight like a girl". "The Battle to Save America's Middle Class", the 11th book by the USA senator, former professor and bankruptcy law expert, is the story of wealth inequality in America since the 2008 financial crisis.

Republicans may think that they have a chance of winning Warren's seat, they don't, but the real objective of this exercise is to start preparing for a run for president by Sen. "My life's work is about what is happening to working families across this country". "I wanted to stay buckled down and keep doing my job-my Senate job-as completely and as effectively as I could".

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