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The Hawaii congresswoman, who’s running as a Democrat for president, sits on a foreign policy advisory council for the Catholic University of America.
The Hawaii congresswoman braved wintry conditions on her first visit to the Hawkeye State since announcing her presidential candidacy.
The Hawaii congresswoman is still surprisingly outspoken and non-PC at times, but she’s also become closed-off, managed and overly defensive.
The U.S. representative from Hawaii held her first public rally on Saturday in her quest to win the White House in 2020.
The Hawaii congresswoman will need to raise a lot more if she expects to compete with Democrat heavyweights such as Elizabeth Warren, who reported having $11 million in cash on hand.
The Hawaii congresswoman has had a hard time holding on to staff, so much so that her turnover rate has been among the highest in all of Congress.
A $1.5 million ad campaign from a group that wants to stack the courts with conservative judges features the Hawaii congresswoman’s recent attacks against Senate Democrats.
The Hawaii congresswoman reiterates her opposition to “interventionist, regime-change wars.”
She released the video in response to criticism since she declared her candidacy for president.