Warren is "a very good friend of mine", he continued, and "we have hundreds of employees".
In the meantime, during the next few months, top corporate Democrats certainly hope to see a lot more headlines like one that greeted New York Times readers Monday morning: "Elizabeth Warren Says Bernie Sanders Sent Volunteers "Out to Trash Me"".
Warren - who has criticized Biden and Buttigieg for their ties to wealthy donors - said on Sunday that Democrats could ill afford to repeat 2016, when bad blood between supporters of Sanders and the eventual nominee, Hillary Clinton, hurt the party's campaign against Trump.More news: A Fat Tongue May Be Blocking Your Airways While You Sleep
Warren and Sanders, who are friends, fellow United States senators and their party's progressive standard-bearers, agreed early in the nominating contest to an informal non-aggression pact and have largely avoided criticizing each other.
"One of the reasons I'm reasonably confident I could beat Trump is I would be acceptable to the moderate Republicans you have to have", said Bloomberg, a former Republican who made his fortune selling financial information to Wall Street firms. "He knows who I am, where I come from, what I have worked on and fought for and the coalition and grassroots movement we're trying to build". I've visited them all recently, and nearly to a person, voters tell me the other campaigns have nearly no presence in their cities.
Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg is calling for his party to change its presidential primary process because he feels it is ignoring much of the country and its diverse group of voters.More news: Adam Sandler: Oscar nod would be amusing
"Mayor Bloomberg's even-keeled and visionary leadership is what we need to reduce the chaos, partisanship and hyper-vitriol that has overtaken Washington", Rose, whose district encompasses parts of Staten Island and Brooklyn, said in a statement. "Nobody is going to trash Elizabeth".
Meanwhile, President Trump is spending his time in Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida, and North Carolina - all states we lost in 2016 by razor-thin margins. "We need someone who will bring our party together".
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"From a general election perspective, socialism is not going to be what Democrats are going to want to defend", Messina told Politico. "There's no constituency in our party waiting to simply reward whomever attacks other Democrats the most - especially not during the most high-stakes election of our lifetimes". He has sought to cast himself as the only one capable of beating Trump, arguing he would drive turnout among working-class and minority voters who would not otherwise vote. "Stay tuned!" Sanders responded in the same medium: "It means you're going to lose". "I'm spending all my money to get rid of Trump", Bloomberg told Reuters aboard his campaign bus on Saturday, during a almost 300-mile (483-km) drive across Texas, one of the 14 states that will vote on Super Tuesday on March 3. "Bernie's got enough baggage".