Elizabeth Warren Promised Support from Obama against Hillary in 2016


According to Administration insiders, Obama has plans to back Elizabeth Warren, [D], Massachusetts, for her as-yet-unannounced presidential run against Hillary in 2016.

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Hillary obviously doesn’t care for that idea. Haha.

 

Excerpted from the article:

“Barack, Michelle and Valerie have been talking about Elizabeth Warren for quite some time,” says an Obama administration source. “Valerie has told Warren that Obama is prepared to throw a great deal of money and organizational support behind her.

“The Obamas believe that Warren sees things from the same ideological point of view as they do. She is a committed progressive who, like Obama, wants to transform America into a European-style democratic-socialist state.”

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Valerie Jarrett,: White House Senior Advisor, as apparently been in: “secret talks” with Warren to convince her a Presidential run would be in her best interests. : Obama, according to sources, view Hillary’s policies as ‘toxic’ and may ‘undermine’ his policies. Warren has remained non-committal but always speaks in the present tense and refuses to issue a statement to absolutely rule out running. Either way, I look forward to fall out at midterms. See ya in November.

 

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