Warren regains footing in Iowa blitz

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Warren on Monday announced she's launching an exploratory committee for president.

Vice President Mike Pence administers a ceremonial Senate oath during a mock swearing-in ceremony to Sen. Elizabeth Warren has hired Barack Obama's former chief digital strategist to help lead her emerging 2020 presidential campaign and has also recruited a Democratic operative with deep experience in Southern politics ahead of a long primary. "He is so good at it, and so good at the numbers and reading the numbers and being able to know where you should go that you just have a systemic advantage having him on the team".

Warren plans to start her swing through Iowa on Friday with a stop at an organizing event in Council Bluffs followed by similar events on Saturday in Sioux City and Des Moines and a roundtable discussion in Storm Lake. Elizabeth Warren watches her carbs and calories even when hitting the sauce. The trip was the MA senator's first public appearance since announcing her consideration of entering the 2020 race, save for speaking to the media outside her home following the announcement.

Warren hired Kane Miller, who managed Democrat Abby Finkenauer's winning campaign over GOP U.S. Rep. Rod Blum in Iowa, and Janice Rottenberg, who led the Iowa Democratic Party's coordinated campaign and was credited with helping the party win two GOP-held U.S. House seats and gain ground in the state legislature. Taking the mic at the crowded Orpheum Theater, she asked Warren why she took a DNA test to prove her Native American ancestry after Trump called it into question.

While Warren appears eager to take on President Donald Trump in 2020, she will have to convince others, including many in her own state, that she is the right candidate.

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Warren was scheduled to meet privately at a Democratic activist's home in central Iowa before headlining a larger public event in the capital, Des Moines, on Saturday evening.

But it's clear that since neither of those strategies works, she's going to suggest criticism of her (literal drop) of Native American blood is racist.

"She's not afraid to stand toe to toe with Trump", he said. Warren is the first or second choice of 18 percent of voters, but 17 percent would "never support the person for president".

"But what I can do is I can be in this fight for all of our families because ultimately I think what 2020 is going to be about is not about my family, it's about the tens of millions of families across this country who just want a level playing field", she said. "I hope she does well". And I don't know. Many Democrats seized on the same report, determined to lay down a marker to ensure that Warren and the other women likely to run - so many of them politically and personally distinct from Clinton in so many ways - be spared a very similar treatment. Warren's staff logged the names and contact information for those interested in more information. Warren herself said, "I want to run a grassroots campaign, " and urged attendees to volunteer and contribute money in small amounts.

Donald Trump needled Sen. Doug Jones (D., Ala.) and Hillary Clinton primary states regional director, is reportedly assisting the Warren campaign as well.

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