|What a team!|
In case you missed it, Clinton just wrote a piece in the New York Times outlining her plans for reining in Wall Street. Someone who certainly didn't miss it was Senator Elizabeth Warren, who posted the link on her official Facebook page along with a personal message:
Secretary Clinton is right to fight back against Republicans trying to sneak Wall Street giveaways into the must-pass government funding bill. Whether it's attacking the CFPB, undermining new rules to rein in unscrupulous retirement advisers, or rolling back any part of the hard-fought progress we've made on financial reform, she and I agree: “President Obama and congressional Democrats should do everything they can to stop these efforts.”
And in case anyone thinks Warren might have done this by mistake, she also posted about it twice on Twitter.
I agree with @HillaryClinton: “President Obama & congressional Democrats should do everything they can to stop these efforts.”— Elizabeth Warren (@elizabethforma) December 7, 2015
Although Warren's words focus on just one aspect of the piece (fighting Republicans), the fact that she posted about it three times today makes it pretty clear that she's giving it an official thumbs up. If Warren thought it was a "meh" plan with one good part, there's no way she would have posted it even once. She knew what she was doing..@HillaryClinton is right to fight GOP efforts to sneak financial reform rollbacks into the funding bill. https://t.co/SyxC6L8tA0— Elizabeth Warren (@elizabethforma) December 7, 2015
And that Hillary “likes” Elizabeth's post on Facebook is a cute touch that suggests coordination.