Elizabeth Warren: What will Obama’s ‘you didn’t build that’ ally say to DNC?

When Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren addresses the Democratic National Convention, a big question will be how much of her fiery populist rhetoric she’ll bring on stage.

Ms. Warren, after all, is known as the champion of the little guy against big Wall Street banks – and more recently as someone linked to President Obama’s controversial “you didn’t build that” line about private sector business people.

But the Harvard professor and Massachusetts candidate, whose role at the DNC was announced Monday, is also going to give remarks that serve as an introduction to former President Bill Clinton, the centrist whose role is partly to convey the message that Democrats aren’t the radical leftists that Republican attack ads often portray.



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