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Ayanna Pressley Endorses Elizabeth Warren For President

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Ayanna Pressley Endorses Elizabeth Warren For President

Ayanna Pressley Endorses Elizabeth Warren For President

Massachusetts Rep.

Ayanna Pressley endorsed Sen.

Elizabeth Warren for president.

She’s the only one from the liberal freshman “squad” who didn’t endorse Sen.

Bernie Sanders.

According to Business Insider, Pressley called Warren a “bold, compassionate leader.” The representative also said Warren would “put power back in the hands of the people.” She said: “Elizabeth has made it her life’s work to pursue justice for working families.”


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