Elizabeth Warren Supported Hillary For President – Now Says There Are Too Many Bankers In White House

During the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton had the backing of the big banks, the hedge fund managers, Goldman Sachs, and Wall Street. Elizabeth Warren had no problem with that and backed Hillary for President.

Now that President Trump sits in the White House, Elizabeth Warren has rediscovered her hatred for big banks.

PJ Media reports:

Warren: ‘Enough Goldman Sachs Bankers in the White House Now’ to ‘Open a Branch’

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said the swamp that Trump has repeatedly promised to “drain” in Washington is getting even swampier under his administration.

“It is hard right now in Washington. It is really hard. It is scary hard, what’s going on in Washington. You know, Donald Trump promised to drain the swamp, and it is getting worse than ever down there. We have a government that is working great for the rich and for the powerful,” Warren said during a town hall meeting last week with constituents in Marshfield, Mass., along with Rep. Bill Keating (D-Mass.).

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“We need a government that works for the rest of us, and the only way that is going to happen is not just from the leadership, not just from people who get elected to the Senate and the House, but from all the people across this commonwealth and across this country who say, ‘I’m going to make this country work for me.’ We need you in this fight,” she added.

She’s such a hypocrite! Does she think no one remembers what happened less than a year ago?


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