In Trump’s latest budget, he has requested an increase of $1.5 billion to respond directly to the epidemic.
Against a backdrop of firefighters’ coats hanging in cinder-block cubbies, Warren moved among a crowd of about 150.
She brought up the role of “corporations that made big money off getting people addicted and keeping them addicted.”
Warren didn’t sound to me like a law professor on the trail, but she did sound like a teacher.
At one point, I asked Warren whether there was anything good about running for president as a woman.
By mid-June, however, when I went to Washington to talk to Warren for the last time, she was very much in the race.
She had more to lose, and perhaps as a result, her answers were more scripted, more like her speeches. »