By Emily Pashley | 04.19.18 | Updated 04.21.18Elizabeth Warren’s criticism of her Democratic opponent, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, is wrong, a new book published by The New York Times and The New Yorker has concluded.
In her new book, The New American Democracy, author Elizabeth Warren writes that Warren is a “lackluster” education advocate and that she “is not only unqualified to be president of the United States, but also lacks the moral compass and temperament to lead.”
Warren’s critics have also criticized her for her decision to defend the Dakota Access Pipeline against protesters in North Dakota, arguing that the protest had been “vitriolic.”
In her book, Warren also says she is not a qualified professional educator and that her support for “bargaining” with Walmart has been a mistake.
Warren was not available for comment by The Associated Press.
Warren’s criticisms have prompted some Democratic senators to distance themselves from her.
The Senate’s top Democrat, Sen. Sherrod Brown, said on Twitter:I’ve always said I support Elizabeth Warren for president.
We need her in the Oval Office, but she has a long way to go to be a good teacher and president.