Now, that was an epic burn! Senator Elizabeth Warren stood with Hillary Clinton on June 27 to trash Donald Trump as a ‘money grubbing’ bully. He better get used to seeing Elizabeth, as Hillary is reportedly considering picking Senator Warren as her vice president!
Democratic voters may have just found their political dream team. Senator Elizabeth Warren, 67, and Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, 68, teamed up to tear down Donald Trump, 70, during an explosive diss-session that left fans swooning! This may just be the beginning, as there’s talk that Elizabeth may be Hillary’s pick for VP!
Elizabeth held nothing back during the June 27 appearance in Ohio, according to The New York Times. As she shared the stage with Hillary for the first time, Elizabeth unloaded shot after shot on their mutual enemy. Elizabeth blasted Donald, calling him “a small, insecure money grubber” that will “crush you into the dirt to get whatever he wants.” Damn, Elizabeth. That’s cold.
Instead of backing a man who Bernie Sanders, 74, has called a bigot, Elizabeth doubled down on her endorsement of Hillary. “She knows what it takes to defeat a thin-skinned bully who is driven by greed and hate,” Elizabeth said. Hillary, who enjoyed as Elizabeth fired one shot after another at the former Celebrity Apprentice star, repaid the love to the Massachusetts senator. “I have to say,” Hillary said, “I do just love how she gets under Donald Trump’s skin.”
Hillary really does love Elizabeth’s talent of trashing Trump with ease, as the senator is among a handful of picks to be Hill’s running mate, sources tell CNN. Hillary’s campaign is reportedly “scrutinizing” Elizabeth’s past, as the presumptive Democratic nominee must name her vice president candidate at the Democratic National Convention on July 25.
Donald is very familiar with Elizabeth Warren, as his feud with her was thrust into the spotlight when he used the derogatory term, “Pocahontas,” because in 2012, she revealed that she has Native American heritage. Her 2012 senate challenger, Scott Brown, 56, challenged these claims. If Scott focused more on his reelection campaign instead of throwing shade, he might still have his Congressional job. Is it possible that Elizabeth will be picked to do to Trump what she did to Scott in Massachusetts?
Do you think Hillary should pick Elizabeth as her vice president, HollywoodLifers?