A lot for Elizabeth Warren’s disdain for big-dollar donors.
The Massachusetts senator has reportedly agreed to host a non-public fundraiser for the presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden after shunning such occasions as a candidate herself.
Warren will host the net occasion on June 15, tapping the rich donors she’s amassed as a Massachusetts senator, The New York Occasions reported.
Throughout her run for the White Home, Warren would usually lambast different candidates for “promoting entry” to the nation’s elite.
Trump, in the meantime, has proven no qualms over deep-pocket fundraising.
Warren was among the many final lingering candidates in a deep pool of democrats working for the workplace.
She confronted criticism for initially declining to endorse both Biden or Vermont Sen. and erstwhile candidate Bernie Sanders after dropping out.
The fundraising effort comes as Biden narrows down his choices for vice chairman with Warren, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, and a host of different girls vying for the gig.