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What Warren's Email to Supporters on Super Tuesday Shows About the Future of Her Campaign

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) had a horrible Super Tuesday, failing to secure a first (or second!) place finish in her home state of Massachusetts—something even then-Gov. John Kasich (Ohio) managed to pull off in 2016.


And yet, in a fundraising message to her supporters Tuesday night, Warren showed no signs of dropping out of the race.

Her email started out optimistic about how results are still coming in. “But here’s the bottom line,” her campaign email stated. “There are six more primaries just one week away, and we need your help to keep up the momentum.”

Far-left voters were enraged, as it appeared she was doing nothing else but dividing the vote among progressives.


President Trump weighed in on Warren's "selfish" decision to stay in the race, which he said "was devastating to Bernie." 

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