President Trump has been lamenting the fact that he was so hard, so early on Massachusetts Sen. and presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren.
"I hit her too hard too early," Trump says of Elizabeth Warren, adding now she's probably finished and he won't be able to campaign against her like he wanted to
— Kathryn Watson (@kathrynw5) March 28, 2019
Trump said he hit Elizabeth Warren too hard and too early noting the current state of her campaign
— Saagar Enjeti (@esaagar) March 28, 2019
A new Quinnipiac survey of Democratic candidates finds that he’s right about her being practically finished.
New Quinnipiac poll of Democratic and Dem-leaning voters nationally:
Joe Biden 29
Bernie Sanders 19
Beto O'Rourke 12
Kamala Harris 8
…rest are lower pic.twitter.com/AC8ud4m2zL
— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) March 28, 2019
At four percent, it isn’t over for her, but it’s hard to see her making a miraculous surge to the top.
Things just aren't working out for Fauxcahontas. https://t.co/rWqZG4PCmj
— David Blackmon (@GDBlackmon) March 28, 2019
She is tied with Mayor Pete, and their trajectories are certainly headed in opposite directions.
Lmao Warren https://t.co/p5ARdiPdlT
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) March 28, 2019
Warren ? https://t.co/TOoG3mtZbA
— Matt Gorman (@mattsgorman) March 28, 2019
Elizabeth Warren is currently in a tough battle…
Will her poll numbers fall below her % of Native American blood? https://t.co/XWpLtE0cns
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) March 28, 2019
And in Iowa, Warren’s polling percentage has been cut in half in the last six months.
What the top of the field looks like in Iowa, per new @focusonrural poll by @davidbinder. Biden and Warren have lost substantial support since September while Sanders, Buttigieg and O’Rourke have gained https://t.co/kD9UelpwMZ pic.twitter.com/fCzR8vtF79
— Jennifer Epstein (@jeneps) March 28, 2019
But there’s always a bright side!
— Harry Khachatrian (@Harry1T6) March 28, 2019
She can always just claim winning the election as part of her ancestral heritage.