Clinton is reportedly advising Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), one of the top contenders for the Democratic nomination. The two women have remained in steady contact since Warren launched her campaign in February, NBC News reported.
However, according to NBC, it’s not clear how often the two communicate because both sides do not want to discuss the communication. . .
It’s hard to know exactly how many times they’ve reached out to each other — or precisely what they’ve discussed — in part because neither camp wants to reveal much of anything about their interaction and in part because they have each other’s phone numbers, and there are many ways for two high-powered politicians to communicate that don’t involve their staffs.
One source was aware of just one additional call between Warren and Clinton since then. But a person who is close to Clinton said the contact has been substantial enough to merit attention, describing a conversation between the two as seemingly recent because it was “front of mind” for her.
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There’s no doubt that securing Clinton’s exclusive support would provide a boon for Warren, a far-left progressive who may have trouble earning the trust of moderate Democrats — the exact people who supported Clinton. (Read more from “Loser Hillary Is Taking an Active Role with a 2020 Dem’s Campaign” HERE)