During an interview on MSNBC on Tuesday, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) stated that the results in New Hampshire’s Democratic presidential primary were “a disappointment” for her, but that it will be “a long primary process.”
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Warren said, “So, it is a disappointment, of course. People worked hard, and I’m grateful for every volunteer, every person who pitched in, everyone who gave us five bucks. But I’ll tell you, 98% of people still haven’t been heard from. We still have 55 states and territories, and this is going to be a long primary process.”
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