That senior senator from Massachusetts with high cheekbones, Elizabeth Warren, took to the late night shows last night to complain about the President’s “racist” comments about her, according to the Huffington Post; Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said President Donald Trump’s attacks on her will not stop her from criticizing his administration or the Republican agenda […]
It’s November 2017 and President Donald Trump is still deriding Sen. Elizabeth Warren as “Pocahontas.” But the Massachusetts senator told Stephen Colbert on Monday that despite Trump’s racial slurs, his efforts to silence her would not be satisfied. “Donald Trump thinks if he’s going to start every one of these tweets to me with some […]
TONIGHT: @SenWarren and @StephenAtHome examine how their lives have changed since @realDonaldTrump took office a year ago... Wait.
"Give it up."
But the senator did tell Stephen Colbert that she’s “enormously disappointed” in her Democratic colleague.
Stephen Colbert welcomed Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren to The Late Show tonight to talk about Donald Trump — among other things. But right at the top, the two talked about how their lives have changed since Warren was last on the...Show More Summary
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) appeared on Stephen Colbert’s “Late Show” on Monday to discuss Donald Trump’s presidency, and his repeated reference to her as “Pocahontas,” arguing the president is not going to “shut [her] up” with his racist attacks. Trump earlier this month mentioned Warren in a...
THE WAGES OF BARNEY FRANK AND ELIZABETH WARREN: A Wall Street Journal op-ed by a former Barney Frank staffer, Dennis Shaul, bewails a great mistake by the Democrats: the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Richard Cordray’s resignation as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau provides a great opportunity for President Trump to appoint a […]
Earlier in the year, Senator Elizabeth Warren declared her intent to run for reelection. At the same time, she declined to respond to speculation about a possible presidential run in 2020. Moreover, Warren made clear that her focus was on her constituents in Massachusetts. Show More Summary
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (previously) is practically the only US regulator we can be proud of -- founded by Elizabeth Warren before she ran for the Senate, the CFRB is a consumer protection agency that has been at the...Show More Summary
As Jones takes the lead, Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and Tim Kaine, have rallied their supporters behind him.
Senator Elizabeth Warren talks with Rachel Maddow about the consequences for the American middle class if the Republicans are able to pass their their tax...
In an interview on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, New York Times reporter Jeremy Peters asked Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D.-Mass.) to identify the leader of the Democratic Party. Warren’s response, which was not picked up by the media’s home webpages (ranging from ABC News, CBS News, CNN to NBC News), was “the grassroots.” “I mean, you can either […]
(CQ Roll Call via AP Images) Senators Mark Warner and Elizabeth Warren talk before the start of a Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee hearing in February. rickle-downers_35.jpg D espite Republican leaders’ best attempts...Show More Summary
Senator Elizabeth Warren talks with Rachel Maddow about the resignation of Richard Cordray from the Consumer Financial Protection Board and the kind of...
A new WBUR poll in Massachusetts finds that Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Gov. Charlie Baker (R) both retain wide leads over challengers who are struggling to gain broad public attention. Key finding: “All of Elizabeth Warren and Baker’s current challengers [...]
Lists of potential Democratic presidential candidates for 2020 have been rolling out. Some are obvious possibilities we've been talking about for years (e.g., Elizabeth Warren). I'm really hoping that some of the others are someone's idea of a joke (e.g., Mark Zuckerberg and Oprah Winfrey). Show More Summary
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D.-Mass.) told the press on November 2 that the Democratic Party primary between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton was rigged in favor of Clinton. However, last Thursday, November 9, Warren walked back those remarks and the media did not cover it. Reasons for the lack of coverage were either due to the […]
A candidate for the U.S. Senate seat held by Democrat Elizabeth Warren has decided to drop his pursuit of the Republican nomination to launch an independent run. Cambridge technology entrepreneur … Click to Continue »
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) reacted to the Democratic Party’s Tuesday election victories by asserting that her party had the responsibility of leading “our country out of this dark time” of Donald Trump’s presidency. In a Facebook post on Wednesday, Warren noted that it had...