It is looking more and more over for Elizabeth Warren with each passing day.
Now, the New York Times reports that her campaign is having financial difficulties and that her longtime finance director walked away.
NEW: Warren entered the race w high expectations stemming from what-coulda-been in 2016. But now she’s struggling to keep pace financially & her longtime finance director quit after pleading w her not to disavow high-dollar fundraising
— Jonathan Martin (@jmartNYT) March 31, 2019
While she is still in the presidential race, the details of this report paint a grim picture.
— Byron York (@ByronYork) March 31, 2019
Warren said Saturday that she believes the woman who has accused Joe Biden of inappropriate behavior.
IT’S ON: Fake Native American Elizabeth Warren believes woman who says she was sniffed by Joe Biden; Updated https://t.co/QR15RKi2Vy
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) March 31, 2019
Then this report on her campaign drops on Sunday morning.
Warren is having fundraising problems > https://t.co/9vkAmS0IKo
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) March 31, 2019
This could only mean one thing.
Starting to think Elizabeth Warren may not become the first president from Oklahoma after all https://t.co/17QV8lRuZt
— Chris Wilson (@WilsonWPA) March 31, 2019
Yikes, a finance director quitting is never a positive thing for a presidential campaign. No way to spin that. https://t.co/EWRQ8MHuTz
— Julie Bykowicz (@bykowicz) March 31, 2019
Wait, so running a campaign based on bashing money and people who have it is not helpful when you are trying to raise money?
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