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Warren reaffirms vow to fight corruption in Washington

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Warren reaffirms vow to fight corruption in Washington

Warren reaffirms vow to fight corruption in Washington

Democratic presidential candidate U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren on Saturday at the Iowa State Fair reaffirmed her promise to fight corruption in Washington, saying she had the 'biggest anti-corruption plan since Watergate'.

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Warren reaffirms vow to fight corruption in Washington

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NO USE ABC, CNN, FOX, UNIVISION, TELEMUNDO, BBC AMERICA, NBC, OR THEIR DIGITAL/MOBILE PLATFORMS.**~ At the Iowa State Fair on Saturday, Democratic presidential hopeful U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren said that decisions made in Washington were 'influenced by money' and she vowed to fight corruption if she were elected president.

"I have the biggest anti-corruption plan since Watergate," Warren said in Des Moines.

"If there is a decision to be made in Washington, it's been influenced by money.

It's been shaped by money, it's been pushed by money.

Our chance in 2020 is to fight back against the corruption to make the government work for us." Other Democratic candidates were also in Des Moines in hopes of winning over voters in Iowa which is where the first nominating contest in the Democratic presidential primaries will be held in February ahead of the November 2020 presidential election.




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