Trump says voters didn't like 'mean' Warren

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Published on March 6, 2020 - Duration: 00:33s

Trump says voters didn't like 'mean' Warren

Asked if he'd see a woman president in his lifetime, U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday said voters didn't like Senator Elizabeth Warren because she's "mean." "They like a person like me, that's not mean," Trump said.


Trump says voters didn't like 'mean' Warren

Warren ended her presidential campaign on Thursday, bowing to the reality that the race for the Democratic nomination has become a two-way battle between former Vice President Joe Biden and U.S Senator Bernie Sanders.

Warren, a liberal senator who won plaudits for her command of policy details, finished well behind the two front-runners on Tuesday in 14 states, including her home state of Massachusetts, leaving her path to the nomination virtually nonexistent.

Her exit ensures the contest is now a two-man race between moderate former Vice President Joe Biden and liberal U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, who in many ways represent the main wings of the Democratic Party.

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