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Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has earned a reputation for having a political plan for everything, from student loans and unaffordable housing to the opioid crisis.
As a result, comedian Ashley Nicole Black wondered in a tweet on Saturday: "Do you think Elizabeth Warren has a plan to improve my love life?"
Black did not expect an answer that came a day later.
"This is the most magical thing I've ever seen on this website or anywhere," said writer Katie MacBride . "It's the literal opposite of the President's Twitter we've had in the last two and a half years, and I could not be here for it anymore."
DM me and let's find out.
– Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) May 19, 2019
The details of Warren's love plan must still be publicly announced. Jaded political observers might even suspect that there is no love plot and that Warren's tweet was just a trick for attention.
Nevertheless, Warren's admirers vacillated about their willingness to play along.
"Most days I'm pretty happy to be a Canadian, but this morning I wish I could choose you," wrote actress Miranda Duffy.
"How great is that ?!" tweeted the writer Annie Fox. "A POTUS with a heart, a mind, a sense of humor, and two X chromosomes, yes, we're so ready for it!"
And it was not just liberals who found Warren's Tweet endearing. "As a long-time Repub singer in Hollywood, she convinces me slowly …" wrote Lana Walker, who works in the media.
According to a poll by Fox News, Warren is currently one of the leading Democratic candidates, with 9% in third place – behind Vermont's Senator Bernie Sanders with 17%; and former Vice President Joe Biden, who leads the polls with 35%.
If Warren's secret plan to find affection did not work for Black, the comedian might try to record a first date from NPR. These almost always lead to marriage.