Anyone with who pays even the smallest amount of attention to the news knows that Elizabeth Warren is running for president.
Yes, the liberal United States senator from Massachusetts will most likely launch a campaign hoping to oust President Trump. She’ll run to the far, far left of her party in order to pick up support.
Warren and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders will try to out-left the other as they discuss government health care, global warming, gun control and immigration.
However, The Boston Globe, Warren’s hometown paper isn’t so keen on the idea of her running for President of The United States. In fact, the paper says Warren missed her opportunity to run in 2016.
In making their case against a Warren 2020 run, the Boston Globe points to a ceiling in her support and the fact that she’s a bit of a divisive figure.
While Warren is an effective and impactful senator with an important voice nationally, she has become a divisive figure. A unifying voice is what the country needs now after the polarizing politics of Donald Trump.