Warren recently announced she has launched an exploratory committee for her possible run for the role of President in 2020.
Warren is the most prominent Democrat yet to make a move toward a presidential bid and has always been a favorite target of President Donald Trump. With her five-city campaign swing on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, as well as the hiring of four staffers who know the state well, Warren appears to be betting she can plant her flag and shape the race even before other top candidates are officially in.
At this early stage, it's likely that any polls won't tell us much.
"If you believe that government out to work for all of us, then I think that's what the democratic party should be all about", Warren said to cheers.
When asked how she will deal with the continuing mockery from Trump, Warren responded that the president "can bluster forever, but it doesn't change the underlying reality". We're looking ahead to 2020.
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The trip is an early test for the Massachusetts Democrat's growing political operation, which unveiled a slate of touted hires this week, and a candidate determined to show that her populist economic message can conjure up excitement for her campaign in Iowa's traditional proving grounds. Her campaign called it "gendered nonsense".
"I think she's gonna get questions about it, I told her". She also tweeted a video of herself in the quiet vehicle on an Amtrak Acela train, writing, "I hear women candidates are most likable in the quiet auto". "We are the Democratic Party, and that's the party of the people".
She also planned to meet privately with small groups of party activists before the public events, and hold two invitation-only gatherings, in Ames and Des Moines on Saturday.
Meanwhile, the Sunrise Movement acknowledged Warren's support but withheld praise, demanding to know whether the senator backs the specifics within the proposal - moving to 100 percent renewable energy by 2030, investing in communities that are most affected by the climate crisis, and a jobs guarantee for anyone who wants to help to create the new sustainable infrastructure.
"America's middle class is under attack", Warren said in the video. But that was before Senator Bernie Sanders, of Vermont, almost won the Iowa caucus with his populist message, and, this time around, the state's progressives already seem to be dividing their loyalties.