Sen. Elizabeth Warren to run for 2020 presidential election

Senator Elizabeth Warren officially announced Saturday afternoon while speaking to a crowd in Lawrence, Massachusetts, that she will be running for president in next year’s presidential election. She called her supporters join her and help in the fight against broken system in Washington. She promised to fight for middle-class people.

Warren said, “It won’t be enough to just undo the terrible acts of this administration… We can’t afford to just tinker around the edges – a tax credit here, a regulation there. Our fight is for big, structural change.”

In December 2018 she first announced to be launching an exploratory committee and her run for presidential election would be dedicated to defend middle-class Americans.

She added to be focusing on changing regulations that change rules in economy, strengthen democracy and also clean up Washington.

Warren said she will not accept money from PACs or federal lobbying, and vowed not to allow super PACs to be formed too on her behalf.

Talking about corruption the senator said, “Corruption is a cancer on our society and we will get rid of it with strong medicine, with real structural reform.”

Talking a stand against President Trump she said his administration is the most corrupt in living memory.

However, she urged the broken system will keep running even after Trump.

Paul Linus