Sen. Elizabeth Warren on the Abandonment of the Middle Class

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We talk with Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, author of "A Fighting Chance," her tenth book. She was as an assistant to President Barack Obama and worked on the creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. We'll talk to her about recently announced plan to help student borrowers, and about why she believes that the government has abandoned the middle class.

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Elizabeth Warren, U.S. senator (D-Mass) and author of "A Fighting Chance"

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