Democratic Massachusetts Elizabeth Warren said that Hillary Clinton has not been anointed as the certain Democratic nominee for president.
“I don’t think anyone has been anointed,” Warren said in a Sunday television interview with CBS Boston.
Warren also declined to commit to run for re-election to the Senate: “I don’t want to answer that question,” Warren said, referring to the prospect of a 2018 Senate re-election run.
Warren told the interviewer that she does not think she missed her “moment” by stating previously that she would not run for president.
The Massachusetts Senator met in Washington, D.C., over the weekend with Vice President Joe Biden, who is considering a Democratic primary challenge to Clinton. Many of the operatives behind the effort to draft Warren for president are now either supporting or working for progressive presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.