Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is emphasizing the need for Democrats to focus on policies over personal attacks, and to remain united in order to win the 2020 presidential race.
Campaigning in Waterloo, Iowa, on Saturday, Warren criticized Vice President Mike Pence when asked by a reporter about former Vice President Joe Biden’s remarks earlier this week calling Pence a “decent man.”
The U.S. senator from Massachusetts said she had followed Pence’s history on LGBTQ rights and that she didn’t think it was a “decent position.”
On other subjects, Warren focused heavily on policy but refused to draw any contrasts between her own proposals and those offered by other Democrats running for president.
Warren said she supported “Medicare for All” but that there were many ways to achieve universal coverage.