Senator Elizabeth Warren opens up to CBS News about her 2020 campaign
Senator Elizabeth Warren opens up to CBS News about her 2020 campaign Senator Elizabeth Warren opens up to CBS News about her 2020 campaignDemocratic presidential candidates descended on New Hampshire this weekend for the party’s annual state convention. Senator Elizabeth Warren got a warm welcome from excited supporters in Manchester Saturday. Ahead of her speech. The Massachusetts senator Antoine funny hopeful that, down with CBS and political reporter, Caitlin huey-burns to discuss her momentum in the polls. How I fight and ask people to be part of it got a real problem in this country, and that is I’m running a campaign. Hits people a chance to own their democracy and to make this government work for them. Think of it. This way, there’s so much. We want to see some gun safety regulations, but it doesn’t happen, corporations and money in Washington. If there’s a decision to be made, do you imagine yourself as a frontrunner? Did you ever think you would be here it’s likely because you’re heading to Houston next week for the debate on this is the first time you’re going to be on stage with Joe Biden age? How are you preparing differently, hamster talk about what’s broken in this country and how I’m building a Grassroots movement to get it done University of Houston from back in the day when it cost $ 50 a semester and my first full-time teaching jobs University of Houston algorithm In polls as they talked to voters on the ground, a lot of them are starting to say. We’D, like you be like your policies, there are some questions that they may have about, whether you can defeat Donald Trump. I think we’re going to do this together and I know how to win. I’Ve been around the block before I never run for public office before down 17.5 points. In the early voting states, Senator Elizabeth Warren leads in New Hampshire, while Senator Bernie Sanders leads in Nevada. Meanwhile, former vice president Joe Biden now clings to a narrow lead over Warren in a CBS News/YouGov Tracker estimate of convention delegates — the only count that ultimately matters — with an estimated 600 delegates of all delegates available through Super Tuesday, to Warren’s 545. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns sits down with Warren to discuss why she is gaining in the polls.