The Democratic senator also defended herself and Bernie Sanders against criticism that they waited too long to back Hillary Clinton.
“Oh God, is that all?” Elizabeth Warren asked, exasperatedly, on The View Wednesday morning when she was informed that President Donald Trump has been in office for 90 days. “It’s like dog years or something,” the Democratic senator joked.
Conservative co-host Jedediah Bila wanted to know what Trump has done “right” so far, prompting a heavy sigh from Warren. Putting aside the things Trump says and tweets, she pushed him to keep his promise to fight for “working people,” which just happens to be the prevailing theme of her newest book, This Fight Is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America’s Middle Class. “I just keep watching what he’s actually doing,” she said.
Instead of finding something “right” in those actions, she criticized the president for signing laws that, among other things, make it “easier for employers to steal their employees’ wages.” But to her, Trumpcare represents “the whole thing in one microcosm,” because anyone who would “knock 24 million people off their health care coverage, raise the cost for a lot of middle class families so that we can produce a tax cut for a handful of millionaires and billionaires,” doesn’t care about working people. “What he’s doing is delivering on gut punch after another and he needs to be called on it.”
Given how bad things have gotten less than 100 days into the Trump administration, co-host Sunny Hostin wanted to know if Warren “regrets” her decision not to run for president in 2016. “We…
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