Elizabeth Warren Speaking At Democratic National Convention Before Bill Clinton Address
“I’m honored to speak at the Democratic Convention – to stand with @BarackObama & talk about our shared vision to move the country forward,” Warren wrote on Twitter shortly after the announcement was made.
Warren has warmed up the crowd for a bigger speaker before — she introduced President Barack Obama at a recent fundraiser in Boston.
“Mitt Romney tells us, in his own words, he believes corporations are people,” she said during that speech. “No, Mitt, corporations are NOT people. People have hearts. They have kids. They get jobs. They get sick. They love and they cry and they dance. They live and they die. Learn the difference.”
Elizabeth will be speaking at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday night with President Bill Clinton.
She was asked to speak because President Obama knows that Elizabeth is one of the strongest advocates for what’s at stake for the middle class — and our shared vision to move the country forward.