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Elizabeth Warren launches presidential campaign

Elizabeth Warren had via Twitter announced that she would release a ”big news” at a meeting in the city of Lawrence in northern Massachusetts on Saturday. Just as many expected so it was that she's aiming for the White house at the next presidential elections in the united states.

Warren, who belongs to the Democratic left edge of the paper, talked a great deal about the american ”system is broken”, and was sharp in his criticism of the president, Donald Trump, writes the Boston Globe.

– When he is gone, we can pretend that all this never happened, " said Warren to the audience.

in the united states as a champion of consumer issues. A recurring controversy in the blonde senator's time in the public eye is that she claims to be descended from american indigenous people. According to the Boston Globe have a dna test confirmed that Warren had been right in his assertion – even if it turned out to be at long range. By a relative born in the late 1700s, estimated to Elizabeth Warren to be between 1/64 and 1/1024-part of the american ursprungsbefolknings birth. President Trump among those who questioned the Warren, and who sarcastically called her a ”fake-Pocahontas”.

Eight candidates, of which half are women, have so far gone into the fight to become the Democratic presidential candidate. From the Republican side is the only candidate even Donald Trump.

Elisabeth Warren apologize for the dna test.

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