Sen. Warren and other Democrats are proposing the "Ultra-Millionaire Tax Act," which calls for a 2% annual tax on wealth over $50 million and 3% for wealth over $1 billion. "I think most people would rather be rich and pay two cents."
Sen. Elizabeth Warren and other Democrats introduced legislation to tax the net worth of the richest Americans on Monday
STUDENT DEBT -- At a press conference this week, Sen. Elizabeth Warren said, "Canceling student loan debt is good for you whether you have student loan debt or not b/c it is good for our economy." RELATED: Democrats Push For $50K Student Loan Forgiveness
"We have to deliver as Democrats. We have to deliver because people are hurting. We have to deliver because we are in the middle of a pandemic, because we are in the middle of an economic crisis, because we are in the middle of a racial reckoning," Sen. Warren says of Democrats.
“There is no ‘political inconvenience’ exception to the United States Constitution.” -Sen. Elizabeth Warren on why she rejects some Democrats’ argument that they shouldn’t pursue impeachment against President Trump because it is not politically expedient. #WarrenTownHall
WATCH: Sen. Warren: "I was disappointed to hear that Bernie is sending his volunteers out trash me. Bernie knows me ... Democrats want to win in 2020, we all saw the impact of factionalism in 2016 and we can't have a repeat of that."
Sen. Warren’s once-ascendant presidential campaign has begun to dim. And among her fellow Democrats, including those in the field, there is a universally agreed upon culprit for the stall in the polls: her embrace and handling of Medicare for All.
Without mentioning names, Sen. Elizabeth Warren says "some Democrats in Washington believe the only way forward is to make change incrementally—a few tweaks here, some nudges there." "No. This is a time of crisis...this is not the time for small ideas."
"We had a compromise proposal, Democrats and Republicans. Everybody had signed off, ready to go. And then Donald Trump blew it up for his own reasons and said he would be proud to shut down the government." -Sen. Elizabeth Warren on the government shutdown