By Brittany De Lea Published January 24, 2019 Politics FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video Elizabeth Warren takes on capitalism The Daily Signal’s Kelsey Harkness and Democratic strategist Al Mottur discuss Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Mass.) remarks on capitalism. Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who is exploring a potential presidential run in 2020, is expected to propose a new tax on the wealthiest Americans. Continue Reading Below The so-called “wealth tax” would apply to those with more than $50 million in assets, according to economists helping her create the plan, as reported by The Washington Post. The tax would be equal to 2 percent, but would rise to 3 percent for those who have assets valued at more than $1 billion. MORE FROM FOXBUSINESS.COM... WHY OCASIO-CORTEZ'S 70% 'SOAK-THE-RICH' TAX MAY FAIL ELIZABETH WARREN TAKES MAJOR STEP TOWARD RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT … [Read more...] about Elizabeth Warren planning ‘wealth tax’ on America’s rich: Report
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Peter Bailey-Wells Globe Staff January 20, 2019 Watch: ‘Weekend Update’ with Kate McKinnon as Elizabeth Warren. “Saturday Night Live” has a long history of comedic portrayals of presidential candidates. Most notable, perhaps, is Alec Baldwin’s ongoing imitation of President Trump, which earned him a Primetime Emmy in 2017. The comedic tradition stretches back for decades, with actors serving as candidates throughout election cycles and often remaining in a role for years if their candidate is elected.This weekend, “SNL” unveiled its newest candidate impersonation, with Kate McKinnon appearing as Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, who is exploring a run for the presidency. Advertisement McKinnon’s Warren faced questions from “Weekend Update” anchor Colin Jost, touted her liberal bona fides during … [Read more...] about ‘Saturday Night Live’ parodies presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren
ELIZABETH Warren has announced her candidacy for President of the United States. But how old is the Democratic front-runner, who is she married to, and what has Donald Trump said about her? Find out here... How old is Elizabeth Warren? Elizabeth Warren was born on 22 June 1949, which makes her 69 years old. She would overtake Donald Trump as the oldest first-time elected President of the United States if she beats him in 2020. Her age at inauguration day would be 71 years, 6 months, and 29 days. When Trump was sworn in as President, he was 70 years, seven months, and six days old. Who is her husband? Elizabeth Warren is married to Harvard Law professor Bruce Mann. On her 35th wedding anniversary, she revealed that she proposed to him - not the other way around. She wrote on Facebook: "When I proposed to him, he said yes. I bought a sundress that could double as a wedding gown, and 35 years ago today, I married Bruce. "This anniversary, I’ll celebrate living in America where … [Read more...] about How old is Elizabeth Warren, who is her husband and what did Trump say about her Native American heritage?
Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Dec. 15, 2018 / 1:03 PM GMT By Alex Seitz-Wald WASHINGTON — What's the biggest beef against Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who is considering a run for president against Donald Trump? It's that she's "too divisive," an argument put forward by her hometown newspaper, the Boston Globe, in a widely discussed editorial last week urging her not to run for president. It sparked both public rebukes of the paper and some private nods of agreement from Democrats as they begin to consider in earnest what kind of person their party should put up against Trump in 2020: A fighter, a friendly face or some combination of both? "Democrats will be looking for someone who can float like a butterfly and sting like a bee," said Matt Sinovic, the executive director of Progress Iowa. "The nominee will have to point out Trump's many (many) failures and lies in a … [Read more...] about Critics say Elizabeth Warren is too divisive to run for president. Are they right?
Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who is considered to be a potential presidential candidate in 2020, is differentiating herself from other possible contenders by staking out positions on foreign policy. In a speech at American University on Thursday, Warren laid out her positions on international trade and American military engagements. Warren announced her opposition to President Trump's recently negotiated U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement (USMCA) in her speech on Thursday. Although Mr. Trump has marketed this deal as an upgrade from the North American Free Trade Agreement, commonly known as NAFTA, Warren said in her speech and in an accompanying article published in Foreign Affairs that the new deal was little more than "NAFTA 2.0." "It won't stop outsourcing, it won't raise wages, and it won't create jobs," Warren said. She noted that the USMCA does not give the U.S. power to enforce improved labor standards, saying that "big corporations will continue outsourcing jobs to Mexico … [Read more...] about Elizabeth Warren stakes out positions on foreign policy