Warren attacks 'selfish little sleaze ball' Trump
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Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenDems wonder if Sherrod Brown could be their magic man Election Countdown: Abrams ends fight in Georgia governor's race | Latest on Florida recount | Booker, Harris head to campaign in Mississippi Senate runoff | Why the tax law failed to save the GOP majority Entrepreneur touts big solutions, endorsements in discussing presidential bid MORE (D-Mass.) hit the campaign trail Sunday evening on behalf of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonDems wonder if Sherrod Brown could be their magic man Pipeline paralysis: The left’s latest fossil fuel obstruction tactic Mueller could turn easy Trump answers into difficult situation MORE

In a passionate speech at the Tivoli Student Union on the Auraria Campus in Denver, Warren warmed up the crowd with a rant against Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpMichelle Obama says not always easy to live up to "we go high" Georgia certifies elections results in bitterly fought governor's race Trump defends border deployment amid fresh scrutiny MORE, the GOP presidential nominee. 


She called him a “selfish little sleaze ball,” a “pathetic cheapskate,” and a “small, insecure money grubber” — and at one point she clucked like a chicken, after saying he didn’t have the courage to release his tax returns. 

“Donald Trump is a two-bit con man who just may be the worst businessman in the United States,” she said at one point. 

She also hit at the GOP nominee for the lewd comments he made in 2005 about grabbing women without their consent and his attacks on the multiple women who have come forward in the past week to accuse him of past sexual misconduct — allegations Trump and his campaign have strongly and repeatedly denied.

“Donald Trump’s words. They don’t make me sick anymore; they make me furious,” Warren said. 

Warren has been a frequent attack dog for Clinton’s campaign, going after the GOP nominee on everything from taxes and education policy to the wall he’s pledged to build on the U.S.-Mexican border, which she touched on Sunday night. 

“We will never build a stupid wall between here and Mexico,” she said to cheers, before encouraging those gathered to vote and volunteer. 

Warren was followed at the rally by Sen. Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersDems wonder if Sherrod Brown could be their magic man My fellow Democrats should watch their language: Economic equality is not a rational societal goal As Democrats gear up to challenge Trump in 2020, the key political divide will be metropolitan versus rural MORE (I-Vt.), who endorsed Clinton this summer after a long and bruising primary battle. 

“We’re going to beat Trump, and we’re going to beat him badly, and we’re going to elect Hillary Clinton,” he promised to those gathered. 

He also promised that Democrats will “bring millions of people together to create a political revolution and to create a government … that works for all of us, not just the 1 percent.”

Sanders warned that the nation could turn into an oligarchy, where a handful of the wealthy control the government, saying “a handful of billionaires are attempting to buy the United States government.”