President Trump Suggests a Slogan for Warren's 2020 Campaign

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"I'm glad you asked that question", Warren responded. "We've got to go big on this". But another voter in the crowd, Leif Erickson, is not so sure she is.

She now faces an arduous battle to raise money and capture Democratic primary voters' attention before Iowa casts its first vote in more than a year.

She has been spending big on social media advertising and, in a classic sign of an impending presidential run, is about to release a memoir. In order to disparage her as a politician, Trump adopted the racially charged nickname "Pocahontas" for Sen. And that is wrong, and it's why I'm in this fight.

People in the room were called by number and able to ask Warren questions. Different from a primary, in which voters simply mark a ballot, the process of caucusing gathers voters together in nearly 1,700 separate simultaneous meetings across the state to discuss party platform issues.

It was reported that her own advisers suggested that she apologize for the DNA test and how it was handled.

While Iowa is expected to soon be overrun with Warren's would-be competitors, this weekend she had the place to herself.

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Here is what you need to know about Warren's trip. "I can't stop him from hurling racial insults. America's middle class is under attack". She added: "It's got a lot of compromises in it". Warren will also convene a conversation with female leaders in nearby Ankeny on Sunday morning. "And one of my three brothers is a Democrat".

A former aide to Mrs Clinton wrote in The Wall Street Journal in November that she would run again.

'We'll see how she does, ' he said.

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She linked her hardscrabble upbringing to her interest in seeking the White House. "Today a minimum wage job will not keep a momma and a baby out of poverty".

Warren's first week on the campaign trail has also been plagued with fallout from her decision in October to release a DNA test showing she is somewhere between 1/64th and 1/1,024th Native American. "She wants everyone to have an opportunity".

McLain-Meister, a senior copy editor at a global advertising firm in Des Moines, likes Senator Warren but hasn't settled on a favorite candidate yet. Maybe it backfired on her a little bit.

The Massachusetts Democrat on Friday and Saturday spoke to overflow crowds that appeared eager to hear her economic populist pitch and her denunciations of corporate greed and a corrupt Washington. In Des Moines, she joked about it, using a criticism of her by Sen. Many Democrats seized on the same report, determined to lay down a marker to ensure that Warren and the other women likely to run - so many of them politically and personally distinct from Clinton in so many ways - be spared a very similar treatment.

With a New Year's Eve announcement of an exploratory presidential bid, Warren already beat several competitors to the punch and was dominating the news cycle last week nationally. "The good news is, nevertheless, I persist".

Warren deadpanned: "Did you have somebody specific in mind?" Billionaires including environmentalist Tom Steyer and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg are weighing 2020 Democratic candidacies. In total, she took 31 audience queries, a number her highly organized campaign staff carefully tracked.

Also notable are Warren's relatively low approval ratings - a December Quinnipiac University poll pegged her at only 30 percent favorability.

LEIF ERICKSON: She stood up to Trump.

"This is an America that is working for those at the top and not anyone else, and that is why I'm here", Warren said at a Friday evening event in Council Bluffs, Iowa, the first of five back-to-back speeches and meet-and-greets with voters planned for the weekend.

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