According to a report from The Hill, the senator appeared this morning on NBC's "Today" was directly asked if she planned to run for president in 202. The talk is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.at the bookstore, 33 East 17th St., and you can get a wristband to attend the event by purchasing a copy of Warren's book.
When Fallon asked if the stories about "Mitch McConnell [not making] eye contact with" her were true, Warren said that they were - while simultaneously trying to downplay them. The line became a rallying cry for Warren's supporters.
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) guest-starred on Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight Show" Tuesday shortly after kicking off her nationwide book tour in New York City. At one point in the book she writes that, when she asked her husband Bruce Mann about running for president in 2016, he responded that "a race like this one looks pretty awful". But where is your mind about that?
"This is my 11th book and books are part of the way I fight for what I believe in", she told Politico last week. Are you likely to run?' 'No. "My life's work is about what is happening to working families across this country".
"They both used book tours as a sort launch of their campaigns, and both were unable to handle even the most obvious of questions out of the gate", he said in a statement. "'Our goal is to make sure there is a lot of negative information flowing around Sen".
"With an eye-popping $9.2 million dollar war chest, including a $5.3 million haul during the first quarter of 2017, Warren will have a bottomless pit of cash to intimidate other would-be presidential hopefuls", Colin Reed, executive director of America Rising PAC, said in an email blast.
"When Secretary Clinton unrolled her book tour in the summer of 2014, it was viewed correctly by many in the media as a soft launch for her presidential campaign". If so, it will be a very, very long cycle indeed.