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‘Liz Was a Diehard Conservative’
« on: April 13, 2019, 10:41:24 AM »
‘Liz Was a Diehard Conservative’

Fight.” It’s the signature word of Senator Elizabeth Warren’s short but consequential political career.

It’s in the title of both of the books she has published as a senator: A Fighting Chance and This Fight Is Our Fight. In her speech declaring her presidential candidacy in February, Warren told the crowd, “This is the fight of our lives” and, “I’ve been in this fight for a long time.” Her 2020 campaign asks voters to “Join the Fight.” Kate McKinnon-as-Warren on “Saturday Night Live” explained, “That’s the only f-word I know.”

But Warren used to be on the other side of the fight she is now waging. For many years before she entered politics, the woman now at the forefront of the progressive wing of the Democratic Party was a Republican.

Who knew? Elizabeth Warren was once a Republican. Forget any chance of nomination on top of the American Indian and being sued by Nick Sandman's lawyer.
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