Warren Crushes Trump While Moving To The Top Of The VP List
WASHINGTON – Hillary Clinton and her new best friend Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren for their first public appearance together this election season. They hit the campaign trail in Cincinnati, Ohio, this morning with Warren serving as a crowd favorite and showing why she should be Clinton’s Only choice for vice president.
Warren blasted presumptive Republican presidential Donald Trump in a way that Clinton can’t. Warren has become the top foil against Trump and she clearly gets him mad and the two have battled on Twitter in an epic way. She has become the party’s unofficially designated Trump bashers and a strong bookend to Clinton.
Donald Trump is “a small, insecure money-grubber who fights for nobody but himself,” Warren said Monday morning at the Cincinnati’s Union Terminal, as the possible vice presidential candidate lit up the crowd in her first appearance with Clinton.
“What kind of a man?” Warren said of the presumptive GOP nominee, with whom she has had drawn out Twitter battles. “A nasty man who will never become president of the United States, because Hillary Clinton will be the next president of the United States.”
Warren, who is popular with many progressives who supported Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont in the primary. She lobbed attacks at Trump as she stood below the terminal lobby’s large mosaic of iron-workers, railroad men and farmers. Clinton stood beside her, grinning and clapping.
The duo drew thousands packed a Cincinnati landmark this morning to hear Hillary Clinton – and guest – advance her case for the presidency.
The speech marks Clinton’s fourth visit to Ohio since May 2, while Republican nominee-in-waiting Trump has not visited Ohio since shortly before the March 15 primary.
Clinton easily defeated Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in the primary while Trump lost to Gov. John Kasich, who later dropped out of the presidential race.
Warren endorsed Clinton two weeks ago becoming the last female democratic senator to endorse the former Secretary of State after Warren had stayed on the sidelines during the primary. When Warren, one of the faces of the progressive wing of the Democratic Party, endorsed Clinton, she said she was “ready to get into this fight” and days later the two held a private meeting at Clinton’s DC home.