The Boston Globe's editorial board – which was published on Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren to run for president in 2016 – wrote in a piece Thursday, they are now becoming too "divisive," and
"While Warren is an effective and impactful senator with an important voice nationally, she has become a divisive figure," the editors wrote. Donald Trump. "
It's a far cry from 2015, when the board wrote:" Democrats would make a big mistake Presidential nomination without real opposition, and as a national leader, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren can make sure that does not happen. While Warren has repeatedly vowed that she does not run for president herself, she has returned to reconsider. "
" Running for president is hard. Deciding not to run? That may have been harder, "Patrick's tenure in office and saying that he would have a start."
formidable candidate, "the publication urged other lawmakers in the state" to "think carefully before jumping in, too."
The outlet noted multiple lawmakers who have been rumored to be contemplating a White House bid. They are recalled how in 2015, the "editorial page urged Warren to run, in part because of the paint of serious competition against Hillary Clinton."  HARRIS AND WARREN, EYEING 2020, UNSURE WHETHER TO SUPPORT TRUMP-BACKED PRISON REFORM
Clinton finally became the Democratic candidate and trump in the general election.
But there is no need for more.
"With or without the Massachusetts candidates, it appears to be a wide-open, racially and ideologically diverse field."
Warren did not seize the open window of opportunity in the 2016 election and now
"Governor Baker garnered more votes than her in a state that is supposed to be a Democratic haven, "The Globe wrote. "Meanwhile, a Massachusetts voters were more enthusiastic about Patrick making a White House bid than Warren."
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Warren has not been around for interest in running Trump's president, at one point saying that after the midterm elections, she would "take a hard look at running for president."
While acknowledging the difficulty for politicians The Globe noted Patrick's ability to do so.
"There's no shame in testing the waters and deciding to stay on the beach," they concluded.  Fox News' Mike Emanuel contributed to this report.