“We’re going to fight to put more women in positions of power,” Warren told Netroots Nation on Sunday.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) probably gave her biggest hint yet that she intends to run for President in 2020 during a speech at Netroots Nation on Saturday.
“We’re going to fight to put more women in positions of power from committee rooms to boardrooms,” Warren told the crowd. “To that really nice oval shaped office at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.”
The crowd of liberal and progressive activists erupted into cheers following Warren’s reference to a possible 2020 run against Donald Trump.
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