Less than three years ago — in November, 2013 — the leftist publication The New Republic declared that Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren could well be Hillary Clinton’s big nightmare because of “a Democrat party that realizes its soul lies with” the far-left lawmaker.
The lengthy analysis was essentially an explanation of Democrat voter angst, frustration and populist passion that — instead of elevating Warren into the top level of a 2016 presidential campaign — led to the rise of socialist Bernie Sanders.
And now — as Sanders fades and the contours of the presidential race become sharply defined — Warren is being seen not as a rival for Clinton, but rather as a close ally. So close, in fact, that she is now standing shoulder-to-shoulder with the presumptive Democrat nominee on the campaign trail.
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