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Elizabeth Warren Asked About Being ‘Hillary’d’ in 2020, Says She Will ‘Persist’

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Elizabeth Warren Asked About Being ‘Hillary’d’ in 2020, Says She Will ‘Persist’

Elizabeth Warren Asked About Being ‘Hillary’d’ in 2020, Says She Will ‘Persist’

Is Elizabeth Warren concerned about facing sexism or being "Hillary'd" during the 2020 race?

Veuer's Justin Kircher has her answer.

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Elizabeth Warren Asked About Being ‘Hillary’d’ in 2020, Says She Will ‘Persist’

Is Elizabeth Warren worried about being “Hillary’d” in 2020?

Not so much.????2?COURTESY GETTY IMAGES??During a CNN town hall, the Massachusetts Senator was asked if she was concerned about being held to a higher standard, forms of sexism…????...or as the student asking the question put it, being “Hillary’d” in 2020.????Warren drew on her experience when running for her senate seat in 2012.????She explained to the CNN audience how early coverage of her was about her looks, her clothing, etc.????That’s when Warren said she decided to make her run count, especially when meeting young girls during the campaign…????SOT Warren??“...I would say ‘Hi, my name is Elizabeth and I’m running for Senate because that’s what girls do.’” (applause)????Warren said she continued to get her message out and drew on those interactions at the end of each day.????She explained how she came from a double digit deficit in the polls to beat incumbent Scott Brown to become her state’s first female senator.????Warren said she saw little difference between that election and the 2020 race…????...adding that she plans to hammer her message home or “persist” as she said…????...as she attempts to become the country’s first female president.




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