Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenBrazile: DNC staffers got death threats after email hack Sanders and Schumer are right: Ellison for DNC chair Dean: Schumer's endorsement 'kiss of death' for Ellison MORE (D-Mass.) said Tuesday that she is not going to run for president in 2016.
"I’m not running, and I’m not going to run," Warren said on NBC's "Today," seeking to end speculation among progressives that she might challenge likely front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonPerez to hit the Sunday shows following election victory Five takeaways from CPAC Clinton: Dems will be 'strong, unified' with Perez MORE.
"I’m in Washington. I’ve got this really great job, and a chance to try and make a difference on things that really matter."
Warren said that "there's a lot to fight over right this minute" to keep her busy in Congress.
"I want a world where every kid gets a fighting chance," she added, promoting her book, A Fighting Chance.
Warren did not endorse Clinton, who is expected to announce her candidacy in the coming weeks.
She also sidestepped a question from NBC's Savannah Guthrie about whether Clinton was the right candidate to fight for the middle class.
“I think we need to give her a chance to decide if she’s going to run and to lay out what she wants to run on,” Warren answered. “I think that’s her opportunity to do that.”