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Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is seeking expert advice on how to defeat the remaining 2020 Democratic presidential nominees and, according to NBC News, she's turned to failed 2016 nominee Hillary Clinton for advice.
Earlier reports indicated that Clinton, determined to re-litigate her 2016 defeat at the hands of then-New York real estate investor Donald Trump, had been reaching out to a potential 2020 candidates, offering her sage advice (though it's not entirely clear she's come to terms with precisely why she lost the contest herself). A handful of candidates reportedly took her up on her offer to chat, but Warren has, NBC says, kept an open line.
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"The two women have kept a line of communication open since the Massachusetts senator decided to run for president — though only a conversation around the time of Warren's launch has been previously reported — according to several people familiar with their discussions who spoke to NBC on the condition of anonymity because of the political sensitivity of private interactions," the outlet reported Sunday.
The contact, NBC adds, has been substantial enough to "merit attention," and Warren and Clinton have talked so recently that the interaction was "front of mind" for the source.
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The New York Times reported back in August that Warren was making inroads with Democratic insiders, actively courting high-powered politicos within the Democratic sphere in order to solidify support for a potential 2020 candidacy among key decision-makers, especially DNC power players who could make life much easier for her behind the scenes during the nomination process.
Warren has also been hitting the campaign trail for Democrats competing in House, Senate, and state-level races...
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