BOSTON (CBS) – Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren said she has no plans to run for president in 2024.
Warren joined WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller for a one-on-one interview taped on April 25, before the Supreme Court report leaked last week on Roe v. Wade.
“No. Joe Biden is running for president in 2024 and I support him. Joe Biden is running for president in 2024, and I’m running for Senate here in Massachusetts in 2024,” Warren said. And I love this part of the job.”
Warren also discussed the latest developments in the social media landscape. The Democrat said she believes there should be “interoperability” between platforms so that followers can translate beyond Twitter, for example.
The senator made the comparisons to phone companies, saying that people can use a phone to call anyone, regardless of which company the service provider is. Meanwhile, Warren argued that Twitter users can only interact with other Twitter users.
Warren said the competition between platforms would be a good thing. According to Warren, that should also apply to Truth Social, a platform created by former President Donald Trump, with whom she regularly clashes.
“My feeling is, do it honey. He can go out and try to launch his. The reason he will fail at that shouldn’t be because these systems are wired around the edges so you don’t lose your followers and numbers. migrate from one to the other,” Warren said.
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