Warren Struggles to Regroup After South Carolina Loss

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2020 Democrat Elizabeth Warren remains in the press, yet continues to struggle with running an overall successful campaign.

Thus far, the Massachusetts senator has gained the most attention for her direct criticism of fellow rival Mike Bloomberg; President Trump even brought it up during his CPAC speech, stating that Warren was “mean” to Bloomberg and came after him so hard that he didn’t know what hit him.

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Elizabeth Warren” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore

Despite the attention Warren’s gotten for holding Bloomberg’s feet to the fire, she’s not doing so well in caucuses and elections. As documented by Washington Examiner, Warren didn’t win in South Carolina, nor has she won a single caucus or primary election. In the wake of all this, the 2020 Democrat is struggling to keep her campaign alive and maintain her supporters’ confidence in her.

What to Know About Warren’s Struggles Post-South Carolina

On Saturday, Warren spent time in Houston, Texas trying to convince her base that she has a fighting chance of becoming president. Kicking things off by admitting that the initial four state elections didn’t pan out “exactly as [she’d] hoped,” Warren expressed optimism about this week’s upcoming Super Tuesday.

Ultimately, the 2020 Democrat expressed that her campaign is in the race “for the long haul” and excited about winning “as many delegates to the convention” as possible. Warren’s failure to stop Joe Biden from winning in South Carolina occurred despite getting support from pop singer John Legend.

Earlier this year, Warren also landed the endorsement of former 2020 Democrat Julian Castro.

The Upcoming Super Tuesday

Elizabeth Warren is not the only Democrat presidential candidate with her eyes set on Super Tuesday. Biden, Sanders, Bloomberg, and others are also eager to do as well as possible in these upcoming states. No matter what, the results of Super Tuesday will certainly play a major role in the 2020 presidential election.

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Following yesterday’s outcome in the South Carolina primary election, Tom Steyer ended his presidential campaign. After Super Tuesday’s results, it’s safe to say that other candidates who fail to perform well will also follow suit.

How long do you think Elizabeth Warren will be able to stay in the 2020 race? What outcomes do you believe will come from Super Tuesday? Let us know in the comments section below!