Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., was in Council Bluffs on Friday to acquaint herself with potential constituents.
She focused on the financial struggles of the middle class, which she's made a focus of her time in Washington, and emphasized minorities who are hardest hit.
"It's one more way to be able just to invite people into your home".
"What's happening to working families in America?" She also tweeted a video of herself in the quiet auto on an Amtrak Acela train, writing, "I hear women candidates are most likable in the quiet vehicle".
Warren became emotional as she described her frustration at witnessing the Trump administration's border security policies. She campaigned for former Rep. Bruce Braley when he ran unsuccessfully for Senate against Republican Joni Ernst. They were packed in, cages of men. "I wish I could just open the door and have lots of folks in, but this is a way to do it", she said, adding that her beer of choice is Michelob Ultra, what she called "the club soda of beers". Then there were cages full of little boys.
Warren then asserted that the US needs an immigration system that can "understand the difference between the threat posed by criminals and terrorists and nine-year-old girls".
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren kicked the 2020 White House race into high gear on New Year's Eve when she announced the formation of a presidential exploratory committee. Bernie Sanders' Iowa caucus director in 2016.
She not surprisingly said after it had concluded that she was putting her name on the ballot for the Democratic nomination, which she ultimately obtained after Vermont Sen.
Warren's candidacy, they say, "will test whether 2020 primary voters will demand that their candidates take unwavering positions on issues like universal health care and Wall Street regulations, much as they have historically expected them to do so on supporting abortion rights". Elizabeth Warren is taking the first major step toward running for president.
Warren said the US needs "comprehensive immigration reform" - especially after a bipartisan bill aimed at overhauling the system passed the Senate but was later voted down by Republicans in the House of Representatives, she noted. Many said they were impressed.
I'm ready for 2020 to start. That's how we not only win elections, that's how we build movements that make real change and that's what we've got to do.
The criticism Smith said she's seen was echoed by other women in the crowd. "I think people will find her interesting".