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US Sen. Elizabeth Warren launches book tour

20 April 2017
US Sen. Elizabeth Warren launches book tour

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has been called "Pocahontas" by President Donald Trump, but that's not almost as bad as her favorite curse word - 'poop'.

"No", Warren said when asked by NBC's "Today" show if she was considering a presidential campaign.

The Senator made her remarks when asked a particularly pointed question about her own political ambitions, noting that Warren had previously revealed she was dissuaded for joining the presidential race in 2016 by husband.

"Are you kidding?' Warren said when she was told by CBS interviewer Chip Reed that 'poop" is a 'goody two-shoes favorite curse word'.

Warren said on Tuesday that she has no plans to challenge Trump for the White House in 2020.

She went on to explain that the objective of her book has changed since she began writing it.

It seems like only yesterday that Democrats optimistically imagined a new era with Hillary Clinton in the White House, a progressive block in the Supreme Court and Elizabeth Warren as the new majority leader in the Senate. Without hesitation, she responded: "Poop".

Fellow lawmakers and liberals rallied to her side and she also emerged from the fight with a possible campaign slogan - "Nevertheless, she persisted" - after Mr. McConnell demanded that Mrs. Warren be punished for speaking ill of a fellow senator. Last week, she told U.S. media that she opted out of the 2016 presidential election because of the "terrible" nature of the campaign.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren has long advocated redistribution.

"This is my 11th book and books are part of the way I fight for what I believe in", she told Politico last week.

And she insisted: "This is not what I'm doing". Are you likely to run?' 'No.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, meanwhile, who released a book late a year ago about his presidential run, is involved in another one geared for your adults. "My life's work is about what's happening to working families across this country".

"When you get involved, when you get engaged, when you get active, it's not like you just have that much activism in you", she said.