Elizabeth Warren Just Held a Town Hall in a Crowded Shuttle Bus at DC's Most Chaotic Airport and People are Cheering

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Whether she's running to catch a train while talking with reporters or taking the senate floor to correct the Senate Majority Leader about the contents of the Mueller Report, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has a passion for policy and seemingly endless energy.

Both of these qualities were on display Thursday when Warren boarded the infamously crowded shuttle bus from gate 35x, an infamously chaotic and all-around terrible gate in D.C.'s Reagan National Airport.

After boarding the shuttle bus to board her flight to Kermit, West Virginia, Warren began engaging voters as they commended her, but also wondered "Why Kermit?"

"I introduced an opioid bill yesterday with Congressman Cummings from Baltimore and so part of it is to be able to go there and talk about that. Hope it's a good place to talk about it."

When the man who questioned her responded that pharmaceutical companies tend to make the most money from people's addictions, Warren agreed: "It's not only about treatment. It's about holding the executives of these drug companies liable for what they did."

People couldn't stop admiring Warren for not wasting a moment to engage with potential voters.

Rock on, Senator.

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