Warren on Sanders: We Can’t Have a Nominee Who ‘Has No Record for Getting Anything Done’

‘We also can’t have a nominee who has great ideas but no record for getting anything done’

WARREN: "We can't have a nominee who just nibbles around the edges of problems. But we also can't have a nominee who has great ideas, but no record for getting anything done.
(Cheering and Applause)
Look, I'll tell it to you straight because there's too much on the line. And that is, Bernie and I agree on a lot of ideas, a lot of ideas, but here's the thing. We both wanted to rein in Wall Street. And back in 2008, at the time of the crash, we got our chance. That was it. Only I was the one who dug in, came up with the good idea for the agency, fought the banks, fought Wall Street, built the coalition, and helped get it passed."

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