GREENFIELD, Mbad. – Democratic Mbadachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren advised a packed city corridor Sunday that her social gathering has grown extra unified since President Donald Trump’s inauguration, regardless of the latest eruption of intramural fights over the 2016 presidential election.
“We have come together as the party of opposition,” Warren advised reporters after the city corridor in western Mbadachusetts.
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Her message of unity glossed over claims made final week by former interim Democratic National Committee chairwoman Donna Brazile that the 2016 main was “rigged“ in favor of former secretary of state Hillary Clinton over challenger Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont—a phrase Warren herself used earlier in November.
Since the election, Warren has averted reopening the injuries of Clinton’s stunning loss. On Sunday, she targeted on steps present chairman Tom Perez is taking to handle the underlying “problems” that plagued the DNC’s dealing with of the Clinton vs. Sanders main, saying Perez is “negotiating rules to make sure that never happens again.”
Warren later pointed to Democratic features throughout the nation and in Mbadachusetts itself this previous Election Day, and higher-than-expected Democratic turnout as proof of that unity. “People say, ‘I care about my country and I’m here to fight for it,’” she mentioned.
“We are not going to let a Republican majority that does not represent the will of the people just run over this country and I think it has shown up in health care, and I think it’s now going to show up in the tax fight,” Warren added. “We’re in this one all the way.”