"Those are the things that matter to hard working families, and the reason that those things are happening are because of bad decisions being made right now in Washington".
Activists in New Hampshire, the Democratic Party's first 2020 primary state, said they have concerns about her running for president.
Days after launching a bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, Massachusetts Sen.
Officers saddened after truck hauling doughnuts goes up in flames
Police departments from across the country, including MA , reached out to express their condolences. "We feel your loss". The truck's fire was extinguished quickly and the cause remains undetermined but officers are investigating.
"I don't think most people know her personal story", said John Norris, who was the Iowa state director for John Kerry's 2004 presidential campaign and an unsuccessful candidate for governor in the state previous year. "I see it firsthand". They were meant to give Warren a chance to speak to larger audiences and allow her team to begin logging names and contact information for those interested in more information.
The United States immigration system should be able to look at criminals, terrorists and nine-year-old girls, and possess the ability to know the difference, she said.
Warren's potential candidacy comes months after she revealed DNA test results that showed she has a Native American segment in her ancestry. Some critics complained that the genetic analysis cheapened the identities of tribal members with deeper ties. McDaniel, who was also Hillary Clinton's primary states regional director, will play a senior role in developing Warren's field program, the sources told CNN.
"We'll see how she does".
Olivia Newton-John's family breaks silence on "distressing rumour"
Tottie Goldsmith , Newton-John's niece, also shared a photo affirming Australian champ's wellbeing. A representative for the "Grease" star told People the reports were "ridiculous" and "crap".
Just before speaking, the power went out at McCoy's Bar, Patio and Grill, leaving Warren to speak in the dark.
Trump and other conservatives have seized on Warren's past claims of Native American heritage in their opposition to the progressive senator.
She dodged questions from reporters about Trump and her DNA test as she gave her first news conference.
"Why is the path so rocky for so many people and so much rockier for people of color? And then you came into a bigger part and there were cages set out with little girls in them", Warren said, her voice cracking.
Graham: Trump is in a "pause" on Syria withdrawal
Mr Trump also pledged to protect the Kurdish population in areas under U.S. and Kurdish control in Syria at the moment. That proposal would likely anger Turkey, where Trump's national security adviser, John Bolton, holds talks this week.