Sheri Clark Nadell, a ME resident who traveled to Warren's New Hampshire event, said that while she likes Sanders and voted for him in his previous campaign, she is less inclined to do so now.
Warren launched her campaign from MA on Saturday, where she asked her supporters to act against the wealthy power brokers who "have been waging class warfare against hardworking people for decades" and addressed Trump to be "just the latest and most extreme symptom of what's gone wrong in America".
This comes a week after Warren repeatedly apologized for claiming on a 1986 form to be 'American Indian, ' saying she is not a citizen of any tribe.
Trump has repeatedly ridiculed Warren, often in personal terms and with racist slurs, for having in the past identified herself as having Native American ancestry.
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The matter reared its head again this week when The Washington Post published what it said was an official 1980s document in which Warren listed her race as "American Indian".
Warren told reporters her comments were a reference to the multiple investigations that have shadowed Trump's presidency.
But Warren showed nothing but pride in Lawrence's pro-worker history.
But he also cautioned that "it's still very, very early" to speculate on "how it harms her, or doesn't harm her". I am in that fight all the way. It marked the first time the claim had been documented in Warren's own handwriting, reignited a debate that had begun quiet down, and prompted yet another apology.
President Donald Trump routinely makes racist attacks on Warren for saying she has Native ancestry, and says she tried to use her ancestry claims to advance her career. Kennedy's backing could prove valuable for Warren, given his status as a rising young Democratic star and his friendship with one of her potential 2020 rivals, former Rep. Beto O'Rourke, D-Texas.
She will also need to win over female voters, which might explain the highly unusual - and somewhat risky - decision to include a story about potty-training her baby daughter. A MA bakery created "Persist" cookies for the event to honor the candidate's slogan, "Nevertheless, She Persisted", words first spoken in the Senate to rebuke her.