Outside, Twitter and CNN reported on ballistic missiles. Inside, as people waited for Elizabeth Warren in a crowd massive enough to reduce service to nothing, “I Wanna Dance With Somebody.”
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Elizabeth Warren is on the rise, and part of it seems to be the idea of having plans, maybe more than any particular plan.
Whatever 🙃 means, that's how people feel about politics now 🙃
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Last month, Biden told a voter he wouldn’t support a percentage target. On Thursday, his campaign said he will “fight to further shrink the federal prison population.”
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