Senator Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign prepared for a major shake-up in recent days, with the far-left lawmaker pivoting her stump speech as poll numbers show support quickly evaporating in early battleground states.
“From Iowa to New Hampshire to South Carolina, presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren is shaking up her routine, changing her format on the campaign trail to include more interaction with voters and getting more aggressive with a top-tier rival for the Democratic nomination,” reports Fox News.
“The changes come as the one-time co-front-runner in the Democratic nomination race has seen her poll numbers deteriorate the past month in national surveys and, more importantly, in polls in Iowa and New Hampshire, the first two states to hold contests in the primary and caucus presidential nominating calendar,” adds Fox.
Warren is even backing away from her mandatory Medicare for All proposal that would eliminate private health insurance in the United States.
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Source: Fox News