Newly-minted U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, who gained fame when it was discovered that she tried to pawn herself off as a native American, now has trouble defining a term bandied about the halls of Congress every day — “middle class.”
When asked to define who falls into the middle class by a reporter working for a Boston affiliate of Fox News, she talked all around it, but couldn’t pin it down.
Last November, Warren defeated the Republican incumbent, Scott Brown, to become the new junior Senator from her state. Do any voters there want a “do-over?”
Read more at RedAlertPolitics.com.
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