Elizabeth Warren has a million-dollar booster begging her to run for president

Elizabeth Warren has a million-dollar booster begging her to run for president
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has repeatedly said she will not run for president. And polls show her trailing presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton by more than 50 percentage points in a hypothetical national primary.

Still, the liberal organization MoveOn.org says it could spend $1 million to "demonstrate there's a path" for Warren to win the Democratic nomination, thus giving her a compelling reason to join the race. When asked about the effort, a spokesperson for Warren reminded The New York Times Warren has said many times she is not running.

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