Senator Elizabeth Warren vows to fight hard for working families

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren visits Council Bluffs

He formed his exploratory committee last month.

Warren responded: 'What I can do is I can be in this fight for all of our families.

"I am not a person of color".

The incident happened in Storm Lake, where the Democratic Senator was campaigning for president. You know, she's constantly - I would say consciously been distancing herself from this and really just been trying to focus on the economy and how bad things are in the economy and how they can be fixed. "I am grateful, but I am also determined".

We are over a year away from the Iowa caucuses, but that didn't stop voters in the Des Moines area from showing up in the hundreds to an event for a 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful. "I think that Warren has great ideas about how to get us out of that". "Why has this happened in America?" They discussed immigration and mental health issues.

High school senior Maggie Bashore said she was curious, but looking for someone younger than Warren, who is 69. But her choice to effectively engage the criticism from the President and others in October with a DNA test irked many Democrats and overshadowed her midterm message. "What I think 2020 is going to be about is not my family, it's about the tens of millions of families across this country who just want a level playing field". They were packed in, cages of men.

"It shows all of us that she understands Iowa is a lot more than just Des Moines", he said.

Over the past two days, the president has drilled down on the need for a border wall, saying without evidence that the wall would push back against a sense among terrorists that the Southern border is an easy point of entry to the U.S.

Warren has addressed the backlash to her DNA test before, using similar language, but this - the first question on her first full day of campaigning for the Democratic presidential nomination in Iowa - underscored the lingering concerns over her decision.

While stumping in Iowa on Saturday, Sen. Bernie Sanders during his presidential run in 2016 - or hamper it.

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Her route across the state includes stops in deep blue Polk County, as well as events in western and rural Iowa where Republicans substantially outnumber Democrats.

Tim Daugherty, a post office worker from Council Bluffs, said he thought Iowa voters would appreciate Warren's fighting spirit.

Warren's event started at 6 p.m., and there were lines of people ready to hear what the senator had to say.

Eliason's proposed attempt at humor with Warren might not go over well.

"They were already attacking her before she even ran because everybody suspected she was going to run anyway", Smith said -- and if getting out early helps Warren fundraise, "power to her".

But that's likely to change quickly in the new year as other leading Democrats take steps toward White House runs.

But her decision in 2020, Wertz said, would turn on more concrete questions.

Ashley Brunkhorst, a 29-year-old who voted for Sen.

"Today, a minimum wage job in America, full time, will not keep a mama and a baby out of poverty", she said, arguing the fight for the middle class has been her life's work as a teacher, professor and USA senator.

Angela Nelson, 50, a special education teacher from Omaha, Nebraska, said she was concerned to see questions raised about Warren's likeability amid comparisons to Hillary Clinton, the unsuccessful 2016 Democratic nominee.

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