Former Secretary of State and presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and maverick Senator Elizabeth Warren are in Ohio this morning rallying Democrats in a fight for the White House. The two women together are a powerhouse of progressive politics that put the American people first, and corporate lobbies and big bankers second, and are taking the nation by storm. They decry crony capitalists and their Republican minions who have pillaged the middle and working classes and given the spoils of war to the ultra-rich on Wall Street.
Warren opened by tearing into presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump with a colorful array of insults ranging from, “You want to see goofy? Look at him in that hat!” to calling him, “a small, insecure money-grubber who fights for no one but himself.”
On the theme of Trump being disgustingly self-centered, she demolishes his promise to “make America great again,” which supposedly means that he cares about more aspects of American society than his Wall Street cronies. She proclaimed,
“When Donald Trump says, ‘great,’ I ask great for who exactly? For millions of kids struggling to afford an education? For millions seniors barely surviving on social security, for families that don’t fly to Scotland to play golf? When Donald Trump says he’ll make America great again, he means make it even greater for rich guys just like Donald Trump.”
Warren’s charisma rivals Trump’s, and stems from her passion to advocate tirelessly for the American people who have been crushed by Wall Street capitalism and Republican anti-poor, anti-women, and anti-minority policies. Warren and Clinton stand for Americans who need standing up for, Americans who are not part of the ruling class of oligarchs. Trump himself is an oligarchic megalomaniac – we should expect only the worse from him, should he ever hold office.
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Marisa completed her undergraduate degree in 2013 at the University of Wisconsin with a double major in creative writing and media studies. She is an advocate of progressive policies and focuses her interests on gender equality and preventing sexual and domestic violence.