On today's premiere of Outnumbered, the latest edition to Fox News' daytime lineup, Harris Faulkner, Sandra Smith, Kimberly Guilfoyle, and Jedediah Bila sat down with the "one lucky guy," Tucker Carlson. The panel discussed speculation that Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) could face off with Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary in 2016.

Warren only added to the speculation during an interview Sunday on ABC's "This Week," where she said she hopes Clinton seeks the White House. But she sidestepped when George Stephanopoulos asked for an endorsement, only reiterating that "Hillary is terrific."

The prospect of Warren, a favorite among liberal Democrats, taking on Clinton would be a "really interesting" battle, said Bila.

"I think it would be very divisive for the Left," she said, noting that Democrats on the far Left are rooting for Warren to be the nominee, not Clinton.

Carlson said Warren's views, being anti-war and anti-Wall Street, "mirror" those of Democratic primary voters moreso than the former First Lady's.

"Hillary is in favor of both. She voted for Iraq, she took more money from Wall Street than anybody in the Senate," he pointed out.

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