Warren: 'I’m still cheering Bernie on’
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Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Warren4 reasons why Trump can't be written off — yet Here are top contenders to be Biden's VP Kamala Harris to young Black women at conference: 'I want you to be ambitious' MORE (D-Mass.) on Thursday said she has no desire for Bernie SandersBernie SandersGOP lawmaker: Democratic Party 'used to be more moderate' 4 reasons why Trump can't be written off — yet Progressives lost the battle for the Democratic Party's soul MORE’s exit from the Democratic presidential primary.

“He has put the right issues on the table both for the Democratic Party and for the country in general so I’m still cheering Bernie on,” she said while touring a community healthcare center in Quincy, Mass., according to The Associated Press.

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“He’s out there,” Warren added when asked if she thinks the Independent Vermont senator should suspend his presidential campaign. "He fights from the heart. This is who Bernie is.”

Warren refused comment on who she voted for in Massachusetts’s Democratic presidential primary earlier this month, the AP reported. She also said she plans on making an endorsement but would not elaborate further on her pick.

The Massachusetts lawmaker argued that both Sanders and Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonState polling problematic — again 4 reasons why Trump can't be written off — yet 'Unmasking' Steele dossier source: Was confidentiality ever part of the deal? MORE offer voters better options on healthcare than their GOP counterparts.

“While the Democrats are saying, ‘Gee, is the right answer to the Affordable Care Act in the following six ways or go all the way to single payer [healthcare]?’ — which is a good debate to have — the Republicans are saying they are going to repeal the Affordable Care Act and replace it with something they can’t describe,” she said.

Warren additionally blasted Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpOklahoma City Thunder players kneel during anthem despite threat from GOP state lawmaker Microsoft moving forward with talks to buy TikTok after conversation with Trump Controversial Trump nominee placed in senior role after nomination hearing canceled MORE, arguing the billionaire routinely exaggerates his business acumen.

“Donald Trump claims that the reason he’s qualified to be president of the United States is that he is a very, very, very successful businessman. Donald Trump is not a great business success, and it’s time he’s called out on it.”

Trump’s fortune, Warren added, is cultivated “by cheating people, by defrauding people and by skipping out on paying for Chapter 11” bankruptcy protection.