Presidential campaign season is not yet in full swing, but Democratic candidates are already taking swings at the president. On Sunday, Massachusetts Senator and 2020 contender Elizabeth Warren suggested Trump’s 2020 campaign might not be an issue…
Presidential campaign season is not yet in full swing, but Democratic candidates are already taking swings at the president. On Sunday, Massachusetts Senator and 2020 contender Elizabeth Warren suggested Trump’s 2020 campaign might not be an issue in the long run because, as she suggested, she’s not sure it will even last that long.
“By the time we get to 2020, Donald Trump may not be president,” Warren told a voters at a Cedar Rapids, Iowa event, according to The Washington Post. “In fact, he may not even be a free person.”
Warren appeared to be referencing the ongoing investigations into Trump’s administration, including both the Russia probe and those inquiries currently being led by committees within Congress. To be clear, Trump has not been accused of any crimes and has denied any wrongdoing. But the tensions between Warren and the president exceed any congressional investigations into Trump’s business dealings or his 2016 bid for the presidency.

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