Senator Elizabeth Warren praised two Democratic presidential candidates - Sen. Bernie Sanders and Gov. Martin O'Malley - for their stances on Wall Street. "I'm pleased that Sen @BernieSanders and Gov @MartinOMalley are supporting @TammyBaldwin's bill to slow down the Wall Street revolving door," Warren tweeted.
I'm pleased that Sen @BernieSanders and Gov @MartinOMalley are supporting @TammyBaldwin's bill to slow down the Wall Street revolving door.— Elizabeth Warren (@elizabethforma) July 24, 2015
Clinton has been attempting to court Warren's support for months. Clinton has been hyping her anti-Wall Street talk to make clear she'll be tough on big banks. While Hillary Clinton's campaign has received substantial support from Wall Street, Clinton regularly denounces Wall Street at rallies.
In April, Clinton even went so far as to write Elizabeth Warren's entry in Time Magazine's top 100 influential people, praising Warren for her progressive leadership.
Warren's tweet sends a message that she is not impressed with Clinton's talk.
Recently, a group encouraging Warren to run for president threw its support behind Bernie Sanders when chances of Warren running seemed slim to none.