Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. seems to still be trying to come to grips with her Party’s loss of the White House to President Donald Trump.
Warren, who supported Hillary Clinton, recently spoke at the EMILY’s List gala in Washington, D.C..
Sounding a lot like Congresswoman Maxine Waters, D-Calif. who speaks often of impeaching Trump, Warren told the crowd that there was a limitless amount of “bad news” coming out of the White House.
It appears that Warren may have been trying to set the stage for the next presidential election when she made some of her statements.
Her bias seemed to be directed not only at Trump but at any male who might be considering a run for the White House.
Warren told the crowd:
“The way that things are going, if the next three years and 261 days are like Donald Trump’s first 100 days, I wonder if America will ever be ready for a male president again.”
The only explanation that seems plausible for her assertion is that she may be considering a run to become the first female president since Clinton failed dismally at it.
Would Warren do any better?
Warren went on to criticize Trump and other men by stating:
“Men like Donald Trump come to power when their countries are already deep in trouble.”
Of course, Warren failed to mention that America is “deep in trouble” due to eight years of “men like Obama,” to use her terminology.
Or maybe Warren is just sticking up for her “sister” Hillary Clinton who Trump referred to during the presidential campaign as a “nasty woman.”
Warren lashed out at Trump for his statement about Clinton in October 2016 by saying:
“We nasty women are going to march our nasty feet to cast our nasty votes to get you out of our lives forever.”
Apparently, Warren is still being “nasty” toward Trump and future male presidential candidates.
We’ll see if she is “nasty” enough to keep the men, including Trump, out of the White House should she decide to run for president.
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