CBS 12 in Providence reports that Massachusetts Senior Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren continues to side step questions about running for the Democratic Nomination for President in 2020. Warren told a suburban Massachusetts audience earlier in the summer that would take a "hard look" at the idea.
Warren was in Providence Wednesday night lecturing an audience of Brown University students on the American Economy, amid her contention that the economy is not working well for everyone. She told a story about her Mother being able to raise a family of 3 and pay a mortgage on a Sears minimum wage job.
Warren tells CBS 12 she hopes to introduce anti-corruption legislation that could pass the House and perhaps a Republican-controlled Senate. She did not give an answer confirming or denying her intention to run for a bid in the 2020 presidential election when asked by CBS 12.