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Elizabeth Warren Podcasts

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36 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Elizabeth Warren. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Elizabeth Warren, often where they are interviewed.

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36 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Elizabeth Warren. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Elizabeth Warren, often where they are interviewed.

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Voting for Progress feat. Elizabeth Warren

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With such an important election nearing, we are dedicating an episode to it and welcoming the incomparable Senator Elizabeth Warren to chat with us about how to make a difference. We cover wealth disparity, how to improve the economy to work for everyone, childcare, student debt, and the importance of giving small businesses a fighting chance. We are also expressing our thoughts on the current political landscape and upcoming election, and sharing the ways our listeners are taking action. And we catch up on Rayna's "mom day" and the guy Ashley's brother won't let her date. We hope you enjoy!

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Sep 28 2020 · 1hr 27mins
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Interview with Sen. Elizabeth Warren

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Chris goes one on one with Massachusetts Senator, Elizabeth Warren.

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Jul 10 2020 · 39mins

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Senator Elizabeth Warren: The Political Is Very, Very Personal

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This week on All Ears, Abby talks to U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren about the loss of her eldest brother to COVID-19, one of over 93,000 loved ones lost to the pandemic in this country (as of this episode’s release). As they dig deeper into the origins of the political divide raging between blue and red states, Senator Warren talks about her conservative upbringing and how to maintain relationships even as political viewpoints within families diverge. Both speaking from their own life experiences, Abby and Senator Warren share how family dynamics, work/life balance, and the act of listening can shift perspective across a lifetime.   


May 20 2020 · 28mins
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Elizabeth Warren has a plan for this, too

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In January, Sen. Elizabeth Warren was the first presidential candidate to release a plan for combatting coronavirus. In March, she released a second plan. Days later, with the scale of economic damage increasing, she released a third. Warren’s proposals track the spread of the virus: from a problem happening elsewhere and demanding a surge in global health resources to a pandemic happening here, demanding not just a public health response, but an all-out effort to save the US economy.

Warren’s penchant for planning stands in particular stark contrast to this administration, which still has not released a clear coronavirus plan. There is no document you can download, no web site you can visit, that details our national strategy to slow the disease and rebuild the economy. 

So I asked Warren to return to the show to explain what the plan should be, given the cold reality we face. We discussed what, specifically, the federal government should do; the roots of the testing debacle; her idea for mobilizing the economy around building affordable housing; why she thinks that this is exactly the right time to cancel student loan debt; why America spends so much money preparing for war and so little defending itself against pandemics and climate change; whether she thinks the Democratic primary focused on the wrong issues; and how this crisis is making a grim mockery of Ronald Reagan’s old saw about “the scariest words in the English language.”

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Apr 06 2020 · 53mins

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren | Trump Pretends He Never Compared Coronavirus to the Flu: A Closer Look

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Seth takes a closer look at President Trump extending social distancing guidelines to the end of April - while he and his allies try to memory hole their early dismissal of the coronavirus outbreak. 

Then, he interviews Sen. Elizabeth Warren about how the Senate is tackling the coronavirus pandemic, and post-campaign life.

Apr 02 2020 · 30mins
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Thursday, Mar. 19: Sen. Elizabeth Warren

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Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren breaks down how the stimulus plan will help Americans and reacts to Trump’s handling of the pandemic and explains why she hasn’t yet endorsed a Democratic presidential candidate after suspending her own campaign.
In Hot Topics, the co-hosts and guest co-host Sara Haines weigh in on the president believing himself to be a “wartime president” in the fight against the novel coronavirus, and more.
Mar 19 2020 · 38mins
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The Field: What Happened to Elizabeth Warren?

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Today, millions of voters across six states will cast their ballots for the two viable Democratic candidates left: former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Senator Bernie Sanders. What began as a contest with historic diversity of race, gender and sexual orientation has come down to two heterosexual white men over 70.

Astead W. Herndon, who covered Senator Senator Elizabeth Warren for The New York Times, asks: How did we get here? With Austin Mitchell and Jessica Cheung, producers for “The Daily,” Mr. Herndon traveled to Massachusetts to find out. For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily

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Mar 10 2020 · 35mins
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Interview with Andrew Yang and Elizabeth Warren

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Chris goes one on one with Democratic Presidential Candidates, Andrew Yang and Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

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Feb 11 2020 · 39mins
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Elizabeth Warren: The Interview

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Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren visited the Times editorial board next for her endorsement interview. The board pressed how she’ll get her ambitious plans past Mitch McConnell’s Senate, why union workers can’t keep their preferred health care and using trade regulation to encourage the world toward a greener future. Plus: unicorns, billionaire tears and Frances Perkins.

Find the unabridged and annotated transcript of Warren's visit to the board at nytimes.com/endorsements.

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Jan 23 2020 · 49mins
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Tuesday, Jan. 7: Elizabeth Warren

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Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren weighs in on tensions with Iran, John Bolton’s willingness to testify, Trump’s impeachment, and her tax plan.
Jan 07 2020 · 36mins