Boston radio host Howie Carr said liberal Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren made a stump speech in Holyoke because she was "exasperated... at all of the face time" other possible 2020 presidential contenders got during the Kavanaugh hearings.

Carr said Warren has expressed interest in considering a presidential run after her November 6 reelection bid against Republican Geoff Diehl.

"You could see how amateurish that video is," Carr said of video from Warren's speech this past weekend.

Carr alluded to the fact other Democrats appeared to try to enlarge their profile during the hearings.

Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey compared himself to Spartacus after he claimed to have released documents he was not supposed to.

Sen. Mazie Hirono of Hawaii later had to apologize after she was discovered to be fundraising for her reelection bid against Republican Ron Curtis this year.


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Hirono also made several pointed public remarks, including telling American men to "shut up and step up" in the face of abuse claims.

Carr said Sen. Kamala Harris of California was another potential presidential candidate whose actions were likely being watched by Warren.

On Warren's own reelection hopes, Carr said that although the former professor is ahead by a wide margin over Diehl, he said the same was true for 2010 candidate Martha Coakley (D), who ended up losing to Scott Brown (R) in the state's Senate race.

He said it would help the Republican Diehl if President Trump came to Massachusetts to stump for him.

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