In Hard-Hitting, Adversarial Interview, Lawrence O’Donnell Asks For Sen. Warren’s Autograph
If this isn’t comforting the afflicted and afflicting the comfortable, I don’t know what is. During an interview with Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) on Wednesday night, MSNBC prime time host Lawrence O’Donnell traded ideas on how Rep. Edward Markey (D-MA) can win in his bid to succeed Secretary of State John Kerry. O’Donnell concluded the interview with the junior senator from the Bay State by asking for her autograph on a copy of a piece of legislation she recently sponsored.
“As the last Democrat who ran through a Republican opposition to get to the United States Senate in Massachusetts, did you see any new plays run against you that Ed Markey needs to know about and be ready for?” O’Donnell asked.
Warren proceeded to answer by advising Bay State Republicans to not “talk about being a Republican” or “talk about what it means to be a Republican.”
After presumably being impressed with Warren’s depth of insight, O’Donnell asked her for her autograph.
Watch the clip below via MSNBC:
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