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ST. PAUL, Minnesota — Reminiscent of the surprising momentum of Donald Trump’s populist presidential campaign three summers ago, Elizabeth Warren was forced to turn a planned town hall meeting into a rally when more than 10,000 showed to hear the Democratic contender rail against Washington corruption.
The Warren campaign pegged the overflow crowd gathered on the grassy quad of a small liberal arts college at 12,000, the largest since she launched her bid Dec. 31. The liberal populist, the surprise of the summer after stumbling out of the gate, did not disappoint. She offered a smattering of her signature government reform plans as she blamed the nation’s ills on a federal government beholden to big corporations and the so-called rich.
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“I’m not doing this because I’m cranky. I’m not mad at anybody,” Warren said during remarks that lasted about an hour. “If you built a great fortune in America, you built it at least in part using workers all of us paid to educate.”
“I have the biggest anti-corruption plan since Watergate,” Warren said, presenting herself as a change agent uniquely suited to take on the system. “Here’s the bad news: We need the biggest anti-corruption plan since Watergate.”
On the day we were told to give up on things like ideas and enthusiasm, to swallow hard and vote for the establishment’s pick, Elizabeth Warren drew 12,000 people on a Monday night in St. Paul, talked about big ideas and then stayed for hours taking thousands of selfies.
— Adam Jentleson 🎈🐢 (@AJentleson) August 20, 2019
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