Warren was asked on NBC's Today show if the promotion for her new book, "This Fight Is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America's Middle Class", was merely a façade for prepping a presidential run.
Trump said last month during a Fox News Channel interview that running in 2020 against Warren would be 'a dream come true'.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren appeared on CBS This Morning on Sunday and host Chip Reid proceeded to grill the darling of MA liberals with a series of hard-hitting questions, such as what she thinks of President Donald Trump and whether sexism was at work when Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) cut her off after she spoke for more than 45 minutes against the appointment of then-Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Alabama) to the post of attorney general.
She wasn't in her home state, but U.S. Sen.
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Mrs. Warren has always been a star of her party's left wing and was urged to run for president previous year. And, sure, for much of the time that I was working on it, I thought it would be Hillary Clinton in the White House. Many cheered as she called for ongoing resistance to President Donald Trump and condemned Republicans for caring only about the wealthy.
Book tours are an exceedingly popular way to begin presidential campaigns and even John F. Kennedy toured his book Profiles in Courage three years before he got in to the White House.
The opposition research group, which started digging up dirt on Clinton when she launched her pre-campaign book tour three years ago, announced Tuesday that it was starting "The Elizabeth Warren Initiative" to "make Warren's life hard".
Warren argued that the measure would fight back against the tax preparation industry, which she argued "wants to keep Americans locked into a hard and expensive tax filing process". Satirically titled "Al Frank, Giant of Senate", Franken uses the book to tell the unlikely story of how a former Saturday Night Live comedian ran for office and became the titular "giant" of the upper chamber. "And you need a national political climate at your back", Reed explained.