Democrat Elizabeth Warren to seek US presidency in 2020
Washington: Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, one of the most prominent faces among Democrats, announced the formation of a committee to weigh a bid for the party’s 2020 nomination for president of the United States.
“America’s middle class is under attack,” she said in a video on Monday declaring her intentions. “How did we get here? Billionaires and big corporations decided they wanted more of the pie. And they enlisted politicians to cut them a fatter slice.” Warren, a 69-yearold Oklahoma native, was a professor at Harvard Law School known for her expertise in bankruptcy reported citing Russian news agency Interfax. On Monday, a large blast, believed to have law when she was named in 2009 to chair a congressional panel monitoring the massive bailout of Wall Street following the financial crisis, EFE news reported. Subsequently, she helped create the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau before winning election to the Senate in 2012. “No matter what our differences, most of us want the same thing. To be able to work hard, play by the same set of rules and take care of the people we love. That’s what I’m fighting for and that’s why today I’m launching an exploratory committee for president,” Warren said in the video.