dglobalnews.com US Sen. Elizabeth Warren launches book tour
Published: Wed, April 19, 2017
Global Media | By Cecelia Webb

US Sen. Elizabeth Warren launches book tour

US Sen. Elizabeth Warren launches book tour

The tour will include stops this week in New York City, Boston, and Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts.

"That's a "goody two-shoes" favorite curse word if I ever heard one", Reid replied.

Book tours have often been the first tentative step onto the campaign trail for White House aspirants, going back to at least John F. Kennedy, who wrote "Profiles in Courage" three years before being elected president.

If Elizabeth Warren's new book isn't really a sign that she plans to run for president, Conservatives don't appear to believe it if the group America Rising is anything to go by. It was during that book phase that she came out of her post-Secretary of State life and she began doing interviews again, during which she famously described herself and her husband as being "dead broke" when they left the White House. She avoids criticizing Clinton for missteps in last year's presidential campaign, skips weighing in on the myriad internecine fights inside the Democratic party, and only touches on her own brief considerations to run last year. Elizabeth Warren called on the government watchdog to review commonly used tax-time financial products, like refund anticipation loans and checks, and the transparency of fees associated with them.

"We'll be monitoring those interviews".

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Warren argued that the measure would fight back against the tax preparation industry, which she argued "wants to keep Americans locked into a hard and expensive tax filing process".

"I think she would lose so badly", Trump said.

"I am running in 2018 for senator from MA", she added. Satirically titled "Al Frank, Giant of Senate", Franken uses the book to tell the unlikely story of how a former Saturday Night Live comedian ran for office and became the titular "giant" of the upper chamber.

He pointed to a recent surveys, saying "there have been some poll numbers out there that show that that's not necessarily a sure thing".

"No it's not", Warren said.

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