Warren's visit is an effort to gain an early advantage in the state. She wants "to strengthen our unions, our workers and our consumers" while breaking the hold of an "army of lobbyists" occupying the capital, as she describes it, under the banners of "big corporations".
Apparently, her heritage-related troubles aren't the fault of an incurious family who culturally appropriated indigenous American ancestry without any evidence they were related to a single Native American, but rather the fault of a "right wing" noise machine hellbent on casting Warren as.
Warren called for economic fairness in front of a cheering crowd of Iowa and Nebraska Democrats at a bowling alley.
"There are too many people who get their power from turning working people against working people", the Massachusetts Democrat said a day later in Storm Lake during a riff on long-stalled talks over comprehensive immigration revisions.
"He takes this government - and he's been pretty damn open about it - and he says this government works for the rich", Warren said. "We need to make structural change". Warren is the first major candidate to visit the state this political season.
Asked on Saturday why the Democratic left's signature policy proposal had not gotten a mention through two events, Warren demurred. "We have to have an immigration system that understand the difference the threat posed by criminals and terrorists and 9-year-old girls", she said.
The issue was indeed a victor for Democrats running during the 2018 midterm elections.
That poll found 65 percent of likely caucus-goers viewed Warren favorably, and 20 percent saw her unfavorably. Health care. Social Security.
In her Iowa swing, the MA senator made a rare move in kicking off the Iowa campaign in the western, rural part of the state - Council Bluffs - deep Republican territory and the congressional district of conservative firebrand Rep. Steve King.
Warren covered a range of issues, addressing questions from the audience on the future of the Democratic party, healthcare and immigration.
"I can't stop Donald Trump from what he's going to do", Warren said. The middle class is getting hollowed out. And that is wrong, and it's why I'm in this fight.
"I want somebody to get Trump out of there", she said. "She comes across as real".
D'Alessandro, who has known Summers for a decade, lauded Warren's early hire and predicted that he would give the senator's operations in Iowa an important boost.
Another anti-Trumper, Ohio's departing Republican Governor John Kasich, had already declared that he is "very seriously" considering a dark-horse primary challenge against Trump.
Rospars is one of the most prominent digital strategists in the Democratic Party and is poised to be a significant asset to Warren heading into a primary season that is expected to be heavily defined online.
KHALID: Including from reporters, which is rather notable because I would say she is one senator who's been rather notorious for her aversion to talking to the press as a senator. "And it's a toxic world that has set us into this cycle of vicious debt". I don't think you have to stoop to his level.