Elizabeth Warren lost the White House -- but became the president of US ideas

Elizabeth Warren lost the White House -- but became the president of US ideas

Nobody — well, at least before the coronavirus crisis, anyway — would have blamed Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren if she had spent most of March sheltering in place on a Caribbean beachfront, sipping a Michelob Ultra and looking up a big blue sky instead of a glass ceiling.After all, it was only about two weeks ago (even if it feels like two years, or maybe 20) that Warren put a halt to probably the most grueling white-collar job anyone could imagine, running to become the 46th president of the United States. And the 70-year-old former Harvard Law professor ran harder than most, literally ...


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