Warren Changes Media Strategy Amid Low Poll Numbers (Squaw make heap big schmooze with news)
Washington Free Beacon ^ | March 20, 2017 | Madeleine Weast
Posted on 03/20/2017 12:33:39 PM PDT by Zakeet
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) has changed her media strategy amid low poll numbers in her home state by making herself more available to the press in Massachusetts.
Warren’s “creative media-dodging habits are a running joke among her home-state press corps,” Politico reported over the weekend. “Whenever the senator makes a public appearance, Massachusetts reporters know to keep one eye fixed on the exit doors.”
Last week, however, the Massachusetts Democrat held three open-to-media events in her home state. Each event was followed by lengthy huddles with reporters.
Terry MacCormack, the Massachusetts Republican Party’s communication director, does not find Warren’s new strategy surprising.
“Sen. Warren is scrambling to rehab her toxic image here at home,” MacCormack said.
The senator may be working to gain a more positive image in the press as she gears up for her 2018 reelection campaign.
Warren told Politico last week that it “it’s fun to get out” and speak to the media.
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Me no more dodge newsers who send-um smoke signals to public … me now smoke peace pipe … me now make-um huddle with pack … this make-um squaw no more smell like skunk in buffalo pasture … it heap fun to make talk-talk with people who have big tom tom … Freeper no make ha-ha at squaw new image.
If her warpath gets too close to the road the the white house, she’ll be Clintoncided pronto. Hillary could not stand having another woman become first woman president.
This thing makes hillary clinton seem likeable.
That’s a Hollywood ward robe and make up job! It’s a Total insult to real native Americans!
Letting the media talk directly to this angry, screeching hag isn’t going to get her favorable media or cause her poll numbers to go up.
A have to believe someone decent will primary her – she should be easy to beat.
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