/Susan Sarandon appears to take shot at Warren during Sanders event
Susan Sarandon appears to take shot at Warren during Sanders event

Susan Sarandon appears to take shot at Warren during Sanders event


Oscar-winning actress and activist Susan Sarandon appeared to take a shot at Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Monday during a Bernie Sanders 2020 campaign event in Iowa.
“He is not someone who used to be a Republican,” Sarandon told the crowd during her introduction of Sanders, according to Politico reporter Holly Otterbein.
Sarandon, a Sanders supporter, didn’t mention Warren by name, but the Massachusetts senator was a registered Republican in the mid-1990s.
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“I was a Republican because I thought that those were the people who best supported markets,” Warren told Politico in 2011. “I think that is not true anymore.”
Warren and Sanders — two liberal favorites — have been polling toward the top of the crowded Democratic presidential primary field.
One national poll released last week by The Economist/YouGov showed Warren coming in at second with 20%, while Sanders was close behind at 16%. Former Vice President Joe Biden topped that poll with 21% support.
This article was originally published by the New York Post
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