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Elizabeth Warren has drastically changed her position on super PACs in a matter of weeks as she struggles to bounce back from a disappointing showing in early presidential nominating contests.

“Yeah, except everyone on this stage except Amy and me is either a billionaire or is receiving help from PACs that can do unlimited spending,” the Massachusetts senator declared during the New Hampshire Democratic presidential debate earlier this month. “So if you really want to live where you say, then put your money where your mouth is, and say no to the PACs.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Less than two weeks later, both Warren and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar are accepting help from super PACs.

The Washington Examiner reported that the Persist PAC paid for about $800,000 worth of ads in Nevada for Warren, ahead of Saturday’s caucuses.

Amy Klobuchar was also the beneficiary of $1.1 million worth of ads placed by another super PAC, “Kitchen Table Conversations,” in Nevada and South Carolina.

New York Times reporter Shane Goldmacher tweeted on Thursday, “NEW: Here is video of Warren declining to disavow the new super PAC supporting her: “If all the candidates want to get rid of super PACs, count me in. I’ll lead the charge. But that’s how it has to be. It can’t be the case that a bunch of people keep them and only 1 or 2 don’t.””

But on February 9, Warren said, “I’m not taking a dime of PAC money in this campaign. I’m not taking a single check from a federal lobbyist. I’m not taking applications from billionaires who want to run a Super PAC on my behalf.”

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