Don’t they usually recommend taking advice from people who are masters at their craft?
I guess Liz Warren is choosing not to follow that typical wisdom, as a new report now says she’s consulting with Hillary Clinton behind the scenes for 2020.
How many times has Hillary Clinton ran for President and lost….is it three? I think it’s three. Could be more, I’m not sure.
This broke earlier today:
And I LOVE this photo.
Let me ask you this....have you ever seen anything more inauthentic than what is shown in this photo? ⬇️ [cringe]
Here are more details, from Breitbart:
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has been speaking to Hillary Clinton behind the scenes throughout her presidential bid, according to sources who spoke with NBC News.
It was widely reported Clinton met with several potential 2020 candidates at the beginning of the year, including former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D), Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). However, the failed presidential candidate has been speaking to Warren in recent months, according to sources who spoke to NBC News.
Sources are not sure how many conversations Warren has had with Clinton, and neither has made obvious attempts to make their conversations nor the nature of them known to the general public.
NBC News reports:
One source was aware of just one additional call between Warren and Clinton since then. But a person who is close to Clinton said the contact has been substantial enough to merit attention, describing a conversation between the two as seemingly recent because it was “front of mind” for her.
“That has clearly not gone unnoticed, and I think she really appreciates that,” the person close to Clinton said.
It is established both women want President Trump out of the White House, though it is possible that Warren has failed to make her points of contact explicitly known due to the optics, as Clinton – another female who attempted to break the glass ceiling – lost handily to Trump in 2016.
“To the extent that Democratic primary voters fear a repeat scenario in 2020 — and to the extent that she’s competing with Sanders for the votes of progressives — there may be good reason for Warren to keep her distance from Clinton publicly,” NBC News reports. It notes Clinton could be a valuable asset in the event Warren “finds herself battling for delegates and superdelegates” at next year’s Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin– the same state Clinton lost in 2016.
“Hillary Clinton would absolutely have influence over a number of delegates to this convention,” Deb Kozikowski, the vice chair of the Massachusetts Democratic Party, told NBC News.
“It would be counterproductive for the first woman nominee of the party to not be supportive of a woman who may go over that threshold,” Kozikowski added.
According to a Democrat strategist who spoke to NBC News on the condition of anonymity, Clinton admires Warren’s campaign.
“She has applauded her about being serious and disciplined and loves that she is sticking to her guns,” the strategist said.
Warren’s team would not provide NBC News with details on Clinton and Warren’s relationship or their conversations, but the outlet admits that the duo’s contact “appears to have been more than a courtesy call or a trip to the principal’s office.”
And also NBC News:
The two women have kept a line of communication open since the Massachusetts senator decided to run for president — though only a conversation around the time of Warren's launch has been previously reported — according to several people familiar with their discussions who spoke to NBC on the condition of anonymity because of the political sensitivity of private interactions.
It’s hard to know exactly how many times they’ve reached out to each other — or precisely what they’ve discussed — in part because neither camp wants to reveal much of anything about their interaction and in part because they have each other's phone numbers, and there are many ways for two high-powered politicians to communicate that don’t involve their staffs.
One source was aware of just one additional call between Warren and Clinton since then. But a person who is close to Clinton said the contact has been substantial enough to merit attention, describing a conversation between the two as seemingly recent because it was "front of mind" for her.
And no article about good-old Liz Warren would be complete without a trip down memory lane to remember THIS horrific video experiment.
I don't think it would be possible to be more inauthentic than Warren in this video.
It's cringeworthy and so good I can't stop watching.
My personal favorite part is when she is surprised to see her husband in the kitchen and then thanks him for "being here".
Where's he supposed to be Liz, it's your kitchen and he lives there!