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Trump says voters didn't like 'mean' Warren

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Trump says voters didn't like 'mean' Warren

Trump says voters didn't like 'mean' Warren

Asked if he'd see a woman president in his lifetime, U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday said voters didn't like Senator Elizabeth Warren because she's "mean." "They like a person like me, that's not mean," Trump said.

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Warren ended her presidential campaign on Thursday, bowing to the reality that the race for the Democratic nomination has become a two-way battle between former Vice President Joe Biden and U.S Senator Bernie Sanders.

Warren, a liberal senator who won plaudits for her command of policy details, finished well behind the two front-runners on Tuesday in 14 states, including her home state of Massachusetts, leaving her path to the nomination virtually nonexistent.

Her exit ensures the contest is now a two-man race between moderate former Vice President Joe Biden and liberal U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, who in many ways represent the main wings of the Democratic Party.




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