Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) took a shot at Hillary Clinton for not being progressive enough during her failed presidential campaign, on Wednesday.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) took a shot at Hillary Clinton for not being progressive enough during her failed presidential campaign in an interview on Wednesday.
Warren was on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to tout her new book, which many view as a preamble to an eventual run for president in 2020.
During the interview, MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski asked Warren if Hillary Clinton’s campaign was receptive to the progressive ideas Warren has championed.
“You know, it’s a – it’s a good question, Mika. I’ll describe it this way,” Warren told Brzezinski, while holding back laughter. “I don’t wait for people to be open to me, I just keep throwing the ideas out there as often and as hard and as fast as I can.”
Brzezinski quickly followed up by asking Warren if these ideas were picked up by Clinton’s campaign.
Warren again laughed off the question, telling Brzezinski that she talked about the issues every chance she had.
Throughout Warren’s answers, she never answered Brzezinski’s question, refusing to say Clinton was a real progressive.
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