Unlike former Vice President Joe Biden, who recently called Vice President Mike Pence a good man, Sen. Elizabeth Warren won’t say if she thinks anyone in the Trump administration is a decent person.
When asked at a campaign stop in Iowa a few days ago, Warren was reluctant to answer the question from the pool of reporters.
“I’m sorry. I followed Pence’s history on LGBTQ Americans, and I don’t think that is a decent position. I disagree.” Sen. Warren said in reference to Vice President Biden’s comments last week
“You don’t think the Vice President is a decent man?,” the reporter followed up.“No,” Sen. Warren bluntly said.
When pressed if any person working for President Trump deserves any praise for basic human goodness, Sen. Warren was further at a loss for words.
“It’s a tough question,” Sen. Warren began. “The Mueller investigation has already produced 34 indictments or guilty pleas out of people in the President’s inner circle. 10 cabinet officials have left, 4 with huge scandals, and others with a threat of scandal at the door. This is the most corrupt administration in living memory. That’s why we gotta fight.”