2020 presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren escalated her war-of-words with the White House Thursday; accusing the Trump administration of attempting to keep “parents and their children in cages indefinitely.”
“Trump’s latest attack on immigrant families is to keep kids and their parents in cages indefinitely. Families fleeing violence and persecution don’t belong in filthy prisons. I’ll fight this policy and all attacks on immigrant communities,” posted Warren online.
.@realdonaldtrump's latest attack on immigrant families is to keep kids and their parents in cages indefinitely. Families fleeing violence and persecution don't belong in filthy prisons. I'll fight this policy and all attacks on immigrant communities. https://t.co/ch9U2C4Jns
— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) August 22, 2019
A new survey shows far-left Senator Elizabeth Warren in the lead in the pivotal primary state of Iowa; topping all other opponents by double-digits weeks before voters head to the polls.
“A new Iowa Starting Line-Change Research poll shows the senator opening up a commanding lead in the Iowa Caucus. Warren was the top pick of 28% of likely Iowa Caucus-goers in the poll, an 11-point lead over the nearest competitor. Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders were both tied for second with 17% each. Pete Buttigieg came in fourth at 13% and Kamala Harris has the backing of 8%,” reports Iowan political website Starting Line.
“Both Cory Booker and Beto O’Rourke garnered 3% of caucus-goers’ support, while Steve Bullock, Tulsi Gabbard, Amy Klobuchar and Tom Steyer got on the board at 2%. Julian Castro, Michael Bennet and Andrew Yang rounded out the field at 1%, while everyone else had less than that,” adds the website.
A national poll published earlier this week showed Warren trailing former Vice President Joe Biden by just 1% across the country.
The latest survey from Economist / YouGov shows Biden at 21%, followed by Warren at 20% and Sanders at 16%.
“Biden, by and large, remains the frontrunner in most surveys, but Warren’s rise in the polls comes with the Vermont senator falling from second to third place,” reports The Hill.
The Sanders’ campaign is dismissing the poll; claiming the media has largely turned on Bernie since 2016.
“We’re sort of in the phase called the ‘Bernie write-off,’” senior adviser Jeff Weaver told reporters Monday. “There seems to be a direct correlation between the media coverage of the polls and Bernie Sanders’s standing in those polls.”
“Polls are one thing, but the energy that is on the ground is most important,” Nina Turner, one of the co-chairs of Sanders’s campaign, said.
A similar survey released this week showed Sanders surpassing Biden in the pivotal primary state of New Hampshire.