Getting The Answers For Root Aspects Of Newspaper

Getting The Answers For Root Aspects Of Newspaper

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Scott Applewhite, File) More BOSTON (AP) -- Donald Trump's election has propelled Sen. Elizabeth Warren into an even sharper partisan spotlight as she embraces her role as a top Democratic foil to the Republican president-elect. In just the past few weeks, Warren has penned a scathing 16-page critique of Trump's nominee for education secretary, Betsy DeVos; grilled his pick for housing secretary, Ben Carson; co-sponsored legislation requiring the president and vice president to disclose and divest any potential financial conflicts of interest; and signed onto legislation to block the creation of a federal religious registry. The Massachusetts Democrat is leaning on every lever of power she has from her fundraising prowess to her social media accounts to position herself as a leading voice of a party in political exile. "My priorities haven't changed since the day I got into office," Warren said in an interview with The Associated Press. "I see my job as making sure the voices of ordinary people aren't drowned out in Washington by those who have money and power." Her list of grievances with Trump is long and growing longer. But in a shift from the campaign, when Warren lobbed Twitter grenade after Twitter grenade to get under Trump's skin, she says her criticism is now more focused on her top priority: the economic well-being of middle- and working-class families. She has excoriated Trump's pick for Treasury secretary, Steven Mnuchin, saying he profited from the foreclosure crisis; called out Trump's Department of Labor nominee, fast food entrepreneur Andrew Puzder, after hearing from workers who said they were underpaid, had their wages stolen, and were forced to work in unsafe conditions; and vowed to additional reading fight to protect President Barack Obama's health care law and preserve the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which she helped create. "The Republicans have put us on the path to repealing the ACA (Affordable Care Act), and that will make a profound difference in the lives of millions of Americans," Warren told the AP. "I'm all for making the ACA better, but not for throwing it out.