Warren continues to drop hints she’s thinking of running for President.
She’s trying to position herself as the leader of the “resistance.”
Now she’s issued her most serious threat yet to Donald Trump.
Warren is on a tour promoting her new book, “This Fight is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America’s Middle Class.”
A book tour is the first step a politician takes who is thinking of running for President.
It allows for travel into key states and plenty of free media on TV shows.
At an appearance in New York City, Warren was reading from her book when she declared “Donald, you ain’t seen nasty yet.”
“On Friday, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) stood on an empty New York stage, reading excerpts from her latest book, This Fight is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America’s Middle Class, and could hardly restrain her excitement while reading what sounded like a warning for President Donald Trump: “Donald, you ain’t seen nasty yet.”
Warren was reportedly reading some of her favorite anti-Trump signs from the nationally-coordinated Women’s March in Boston, Massachusetts, when she said, “And only one more because I have to discipline myself on this. This is a good sign: ‘Donald, you ain’t seen nasty yet.’”
The phrase “nasty woman,” quickly became a slogan after Trump uttered the phrase during the final presidential debate following Hillary Clinton’s remarks that she would raise taxes on the rich in order to pay for the nation’s mounting debt. “My Social Security payroll contribution will go up, as will Donald’s, assuming he can’t figure out how to get out of it,” Clinton said at the time. Trump moved into his microphone and said in response, “such a nasty woman.”
Warren was speaking at The Town Hall, a New York City-based performance space Friday evening. Those who chose to watch Warren read portions from her book and answer questions, instead of attending a rendition of Julius Caesar in which President Trump is killed off, could have paid $45-$50 per ticket to do so.”
“Nasty woman” was supposed to be the next great feminist meme.
But it evaporated when Trump defeated Hillary Clinton.
Warren has said she isn’t running for President, but her book tour – as well as adopting a slogan the left-wing based hoped to turn into a battle cry – leads many pundits to speculate that Warren really is prepping the ground for a Presidential campaign.
And she could be a credible challenger.
Warren is far more popular with base Democrat voters than Hillary Clinton.
She would inspire greater enthusiasm among younger voters and could flip the switch on a fundraising powerhouse.
But Warren also has serious problems.
She is a left-wing radical who plays to the base’s brand of identity politics.
Warren strongly supports the violent Black Lives Matter and amnesty for illegal aliens.
She would have little appeal to the voters who had supported Barack Obama, but then abandoned the party after it became clear its leaders were exclusionary coastal elites who considered their problems an inconvenient bump in their road to remaking America.
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