Will she or won’t she?
That’s the question people have been wondering about when it comes to Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren running for president against Donald Trump in 2020.
We now have the answer.
From New York Post:
Also Sunday, Warren denied she intends to challenge Trump in 2020.
“I am not running for president of the United States,” she said.
Warren said she also is concerned Trump’s lack of staffing and expertise at the State Department could undercut his planned meeting with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un.
Daily Caller has more:
She also talked about Trump referring to her as Pocahontas in the same interview, saying, “It’s about my family’s story because my family’s story is deeply apart of me and apart of my brothers. It’s what we learned from our parents. It’s what we learned from our grandparents, it’s what we learned from our aunts and our uncles.”
“I went to speak to Native American tribal leaders and I made a promise to them, that every time President Trump wants to try to throw out some kind of racial slur, he wants to try to attack me, I’m going to use it as a chance to lift up their stories and I’m going to do that right now by pointing out that more than half of all native women in this country have been the victims of sexual violence and more than half of them are attacked by non-natives and the American government is doing nothing about this.”
Trump would most likely beat far-left Warren in a general election, so no worries there.
Now, America will have to wait to see if Elizabeth keeps her word and stays out of the race for the White House.