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In the hypothetical battle of Elizabeth Warren vs. Hillary Clinton in 2016, one former Clinton opponent is putting his money on the former secretary of the state, but not without caveats.
On tonight's show, 52% of viewers who responded to our fireback question said they believe Warren could beat Clinton in a Democratic primary.
Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, who ran against Clinton (and Obama) in 2008 in the Democratic presidential primary, disagreed. Full story
The Warren vs. Clinton debate
Former Govs. Tim Pawlenty and Bill Richardson debate over Elizabeth Warren and Hillary Clinton making a Presidential bid in 2016.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren says she's not seeking the White House.
"I'm not running for president and I plan to serve out my term," Warren, who's up for reelection in 2018, said in December.
But she sure is acting like a potential 2016 contender. She's traveling around the country, introducing herself to voters, testing her message - the sort of thing that candidates do...
At 6:30pm ET, S.E. Cupp and Van Jones host a debate with former Governors Tim Pawlenty and Bill Richardson.
Could Elizabeth Warren defeat Hillary Clinton in a Democratic primary?
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Van Jones and Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) have a heated debate on the immigration crisis.
Bachmann: Clinton should be concerned
Rep. Michele Bachmann says if she were Hillary Clinton, she would be concerned about Elizabeth Warren.
Is Clinton experiencing déjà vu?
Newt Gingrich, Van Jones, Reps. Bachmann and Rangel debate Elizabeth Warren's new super PAC.
Outrage: Jose Antonio Vargas detained
Van Jones is outraged that undocumented immigrant, Jose Antonio Vargas, was detained at the Texas border.
(CNN) – Days before the release of her new book, Sen. Elizabeth Warren reiterated that she's not angling for a White House bid.
"I'm not running for president," the Massachusetts Democrat said in an interview that aired Sunday on CBS's "Sunday Morning."
Pressed again, she stood firm: "I'm not running for president. You can ask it lots of different ways."
The timing of her book's release on Tuesday has drawn parallels to President Barack Obama, who also published a title two years into his first Senate term back in 2006. He announced his presidential campaign less than a year later.
Warren, who was elected to the Senate in 2012, has become the face of the progressive movement. While former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is the overwhelming favorite in public opinion polls for the 2016 Democratic nomination, Warren frequently comes in at a distant second or third place. FULL STORY.
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