Washington Post writer: Elizabeth Warren ‘sets off an internal feud’ to say ‘I told you so’

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A contributing columnist for the Washington Post said Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., “Touched on an internal feud” for saying “I told you so” in a Monday piece.

In his piece, Matt Bai began by noting that Warren was a professor at Harvard Law, and that “with unwavering confidence she gives the presumption of intellectual rigor to any argument she makes.”

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Democratic presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Speaks during a campaign event on Saturday, January 11, 2020 in Mason City, Iowa.  (AP Photo / Patrick Semansky)

Democratic presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Speaks during a campaign event on Saturday, January 11, 2020 in Mason City, Iowa. (AP Photo / Patrick Semansky)
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The piece also referred to Warren’s column in the New York Times, where she said Democrats would lose in the upcoming midterm elections if they do not adopt their agenda items within the next 200 days.

Warren also appeared in several media outlets on Sunday, where she made the same message. Bai wrote that “you would be hard-pressed to find evidence to suggest that voters ever immediately reward someone for passing huge spending programs,” suggesting that Warren’s calls to adopt items on the democratic agenda are not necessarily would help those who line up in November.

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“Just last year, Democrats spent nearly $ 2 trillion mitigating the effects of the pandemic,” he wrote, noting that “virtually no one noticed.”

“Let’s note the inconvenient fact that Warren is from Massachusetts, one of the windiest states in the United States. She’s not really the person you call when you want to know how to win a handful of competitive districts in Ohio and Pennsylvania, “Bai continued.

He said Warren put himself in a “very public position to say ‘I told you so’.” Bai also suggested that she might want to run for a bid in 2024, and that she might should, adding that she is “a very talented candidate.”

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - OCTOBER 22: Democratic presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) visits striking Chicago teachers at Oscar DePriest Elementary School on October 22, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois.  (Photo by Scott Olson / Getty Images)

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – OCTOBER 22: Democratic presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) visits striking Chicago teachers at Oscar DePriest Elementary School on October 22, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Scott Olson / Getty Images)
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“But the media should not treat her maneuvering as an act of intellectual courage – much less serious strategic advice – just because she comes with a rare lineage and a reputation for being skewed,” he wrote.

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In his column for the New York Times, Warren also called on President Biden to cancel the student loan debt “entirely on his own.”

“And he can do more. Decisive action on everything from lowering the prices of prescription drugs to ensuring that more workers are entitled to overtime pay can be executed by the president only by using the authority already given to him by existing laws, without rounding up 50 Senate votes, “Warren wrote.

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