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Warren Forgets Three Branches of Government

Leftist presidential hopeful Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has apparently forgotten the basics of the Constitution. Just how bad? That there are three branches of government. During an interview with CNN’S Anderson Cooper, the 1/1024 Native American responded to a question about the White House exerting power over Congress. “Well, let’s talk about the balance of power,” Warren mused. “There are two coequal branches of government, the president of the United States and the Congress.” Um, about that third branch that liberals are so happy to use as a bludgeon for conservatives, yep, they might have something to say about the Constitution too. Remember Kavanaugh?

Here’s more from The Daily Wire…

Presidential hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) appeared to not know how many branches of government exist during a Tuesday interview on CNN.

Warren joined CNN’s Anderson Cooper on “Anderson Cooper 360” to discuss a variety of issues, including the on-going government shutdown.

“Do you ever think, look, the realistic end game is that Republicans get two thirds of what they want and the Democrats have to settle for the shorter straw?” Cooper asked. “Is that how the balance of power really works?”

“Well, let’s talk about the balance of power,” Warren responded. “There are two coequal branches of government, the president of the United States and the Congress.”

There are three branches of the U.S. government: The legislative branch, which makes laws; the executive branch, which enforces laws; and the judicial branch, which interprets laws.

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