MANCHESTER, N.H. — Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts sought to fire up supporters on Saturday by touting that she’s been winning seemingly “unwinnable” fights for some time.
“There’s still a lot of folks out there who are really starting to get worried – worried that this fight against Donald Trump might not be winnable,” Ms. Warren told an enthusiastic crowd at a “canvass kickoff” event at Manchester Community College.
“You know, the way I look at this: I’ve been winning unwinnable fights pretty much all my life,” Ms. Warren said to cheers.
She touted her role in setting up the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau during the Obama administration and her ousting of a “popular incumbent” in former GOP Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts in 2012.
“The fight to hold corporate executives accountable — CEO of Wells Fargo — got him fired,” she said to more cheers.
“There are a lot of folks who are going to talk about what’s