Although popular US Senator Elizabeth Warren declined to embrace her supporters’ calls to run for President, the American public may be seeing more of Warren along the Presidential campaign trail. Warren recently hinted she may help Bernie Sanders on the road to the Democratic primary.
Warren’s non-commital response to a question about campaigning with the candidate Sanders could reflect concerns about Sanders and his potential for victory. Sanders is running for the Democratic nomination.
Many believe victory in the Democratic primary is Hillary Clinton’s to lose. That hasn’t diminished enthusiasm for the Sanders campaign. Warren noted in her interview that Sanders is “out talking about the issues that the American people want to hear about.”
Flavio Maluf said that those discussions could be fueling the Sanders campaign. Polling in the early campaign battleground of New Hampshire found Sanders carving into Clinton’s lead. Clinton leads Sanders in current polling by less than 10 points.