VIDEO: Elizabeth Warren talks to CBS News about her rise in the polls
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Elizabeth Warren said she beat the odds years ago in her race for the Senate — and she could do the same thing in her campaign for president. The Massachusetts senator spoke with CBS News’ Caitlin Huey-Burns a day before a new showed a surge in Warren’s popularity, with more voters believing she could defeat President Trump.
Warren sat down with Huey-Burns in Manchester, New Hampshire, on Saturday. Huey-Burns asked Warren what she says to people who may be inclined to support her, but aren’t sure if she can defeat Mr. Trump.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Look, I know how to fight and I know how to win. I’ve been around this block before,” Warren said.
— Lex Haris (@lexharis) September 8, 2019
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