MANCHESTER, NH – Sen. Elizabeth Warren appeared on Saturday to make some indirect shocks to rival the Democratic presidential campaign and front runner Joe Biden.
Speaking to the crowd at the annual New Hampshire Democratic Party meeting in Manchester attended by 19 of the White House candidates of the party – Warren stressed the urgency to defeat President Trump in 2020: "Much is on the horizon Game and people are afraid from neighboring Massachusetts stressed that "we can not choose a candidate we do not believe because we are scared".
That seemed to be a shot at the former Vice President who made electoral voting an important part of his election. The White House bid as he and his election campaign repeatedly stated that Biden is the best candidate to become the incumbent to defeat the parliamentary elections next year.
Warren also appeared to criticize Biden by pointing out their grassroots fundraiser and said, "You know the kind of campaign I'm carrying out. I do not go behind closed doors for smart fundraising with company bosses and millionaires.
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Biden has made numerous fundraisers with corporate executives. But he has made all his meetings with donors accessible to the press.
Many of the Democratic prime nominees filled the Southern New Hampshire University Arena with legions of followers, and everyone was greeted with warm greetings and applause. They went to the stage to name their addresses. But Warren seemed to enjoy the loudest and longest greeting, with her followers playing gossip for about two minutes as she walked on stage.
Later asked by Fox News why she enjoyed a long and louder welcome when Biden received it, Warren passed over the criticism of the former vice president.
"I can only stand up and talk about why I'm running," she answered. "I'm not here to criticize another Democrat or another's campaign. I'm here to talk about what I stand for as President. "
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Six days earlier, during their previous stop in First Warren, the state president, Senator Bernie Sanders from Vermont further criticized, with most surveys showing that the two progressive flag bearers are in second place behind Biden in the Democratic field.
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By When asking reporters on Labor Day whether she would soon point out her differences with Sanders, Warren said, "Bernie and I have been friends for many, many years, long before I even went into politics, and I see no reason why should change. "