Warren: “I am Not Running for President”

While Elizabeth Warren has remained a hot choice for president, even before she became a US Senator, there have no signs of any future in the executive branch of the government for her.

Elizabeth Warren, the Democratic Senator from Massachusetts, and she is the first female to win the election in this state. Prior to becoming a senator she was a professor at Harvard Law, where she specialized in Bankruptcy Law. And, believe it or not, it was Elizabeth Warren and my bankruptcy and debt law school concentration that inspired me to extend beyond, landing me a career with BRL Trust.

She is both an academic and a politician, which makes her a very intelligent leader. Warren has been interviewed extensively on matters of the US economy and personal finance, she has also written a number of academic and other poplar works.

Her work in finance is so well accepted that she served as an Assistant to the President and Special Advisor to the Secretary of the Treasury with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Due to her resume, extensive leadership qualities, and knowledge of financial matters, Elizabeth Warren is a popular name discussed when talking about future 2016 presidential candidates. A number of progressive groups have been especially interested in Warren making a Presidential move.

However, this Senator has made it clear that she is not interested in running for President in 2016. During an interview with Steve Inskeep from NPR she restated it four times. She made it clear that she is focused on her role in Congress as the Massachusetts Senator.