"We've got to stand behind the kinds of changes that will matter in the lives of everyday people..."
"Is this gonna be a Democratic primary that truly is a grassroots movement that is funded by the grassroots, that's done by grassroots volunteers or is this gonna be something that is just one more plaything that billionaires can buy?" she posed.
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She was given "minority status" as a professor at Harvard, which resulted in criticism from political opponents and those in the native community over the perception that she has exaggerated her Native American background.
He suggested that she's a weak candidate, however, as he said of her ability to win: 'Well, I don't know, you'd have to ask her psychiatrist'.
Warren said she plans to run on many of those same basic economic issues, which she said have been made even more precarious by Washington politics.
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"I'm ready for 2020 to start", said Brooke Smith, a lifelong Democrat from the neighboring state of Nebraska.
Elizabeth Warren of MA is making her first visit to Iowa as a likely presidential candidate, testing how her brand of fiery liberalism plays in the nation's premier caucus state.
The Massachusetts Democrat told reporters on Wednesday that she's planning to visit the state with the nation's first presidential caucuses after being sworn in on Thursday to a second Senate term. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont, another likely 2020 presidential contender.
The attacks against Warren's ethnicity have circulated in conservative circles for some time, with many mocking her for allegedly being less Native American than she claims to be.
The left wing of the party still polls for Sanders, who won New Hampshire over Hillary Clinton in 2016 by 22 points. The first Democratic presidential debate is this June, however.