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Elizabeth Warren is running for President.

The Massachusetts Senator made it official on New Year’s Eve.

But her presidential campaign has gone down in flames after less than one day.

On December 31, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) became the first major Democrat to announce she was going to challenge President Trump in 2020.

Her announcement is expected to trigger a mass wave of Democratic presidential campaigns over the next few months.

But while Warren was basking in the media glow of being the first Democrat to announce a run for president, her campaign almost immediately began to fall apart.

Warren’s first act as a presidential candidate was to crack open a beer in her home kitchen and livestream it to her supporters online.

The event turned out to be a massive embarrassment for the Democratic presidential hopeful.

Breitbart reports, “Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) on Monday took a page from the political playbook of a rising political star, Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), live-streaming to supporters in her kitchen hours after launching a 2020 presidential exploratory committee.”

“I’m here in my kitchen — and um — I thought maybe we’d just take some questions and I’d see what I can do,” Warren stated at the beginning of the livestream.

At one point during the livestream, she offered a beer to her husband, who declined.

The livestream blunder is part of Warren’s efforts to connect with the same type of leftist activist voters whom other Democrats such as Robert O’Rourke and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez did during the 2018 election cycle.

However, it’s also an attempt for Warren to get away from the disaster that unfolded for her when she was destroyed by critics on the left and right after conducting a DNA test after Warren claimed to have Native American ancestry.

President Trump has since routinely referred to Warren as “Pocahontas”.

The DNA test revealed Warren was just 1/1024th Native American, and that her last direct ancestor with Native American blood was alive between six and ten generations ago.

The livestream incident is likely to result in the same type of jeering directed at the Massachusetts Senator as Warren continues to struggle with connecting to voters outside of her home state.

“Warren enters a Democratic field that is shaping up as the most crowded in decades, with many of her Senate colleagues openly weighing their own campaigns, as well as governors, mayors, and other prominent citizens,” adds Breitbart.

After the livestream ended, one user on Twitter commented: “The 2020 Dem primary is gonna be like a season of Top Chef America.”

The tweet got over 43,000 likes, far more than Warren’s livestream.

The livestream shows how Warren hopes to connect with Democratic primary voters as she heads into a very crowded field in 2019 and 2020.

The first debates for the nomination will likely take place later this year, with the first nomination contests scheduled to take place in early 2020.

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