In one line during Tuesday’s CNN Democratic primary debate, Sen. Elizabeth Warren made a distinction between her vision of the Democratic Party and that of her more conservative opponents.
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Replying to former John Delaney, a former congressman from Maryland polling at around one percent who has made opposing left-leaning policy ideas the centerpiece of his quixotic run for the nomination, Warren wondered aloud what use it was trying to lead the American people without a vision.
“You know, I don’t understand why anybody goes to all the trouble of running for president of the United States just to talk about what we really can’t do and shouldn’t fight for,” said the Massachusetts Democrat.
A split screen showed Delaney with a large, but awkward, smile.
“Extremely rude of Elizabeth Warren to murder John Delaney on national television like this,” tweeted social media manager Erick Fernandez.
Warren has based her primary campaign on a list of policy ideas backed up with detailed proposals: “I’ve got a plan for that” has become a mantra of sorts for the senator’s presidential campaign.
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