Trump may not be "free person" by 2020: Warren

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Published on February 11, 2019 - Duration: 00:39s

Trump may not be "free person" by 2020: Warren

Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren takes a swipe at President Trump at a campaign rally in Iowa on Sunday, saying he may not even be a free person by 2020.

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Trump may not be "free person" by 2020: Warren

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren took a swipe at President Trump at a campaign rally in Iowa on Sunday, saying he may not even be a free person by 2020.

She made the remarks on her first full day of campaigning after formally launching her 2020 presidential campaign on Saturday.

When asked whether she supports impeaching Trump, Warren responded, "I think it is important that we protect the Mueller investigation, that we absolutely insist that the entire report be made public when it completed, and then we will know what to do, and I will be prepared to do it."

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