Socialist Warren Refutes Socialist Clinton’s Lies About Political Accomplishments

DAILY CALLER — A 2003 book by liberal Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren undermines a claim that Hillary Clinton made Sunday about her support for a 2001 bankruptcy bill that helped credit card companies and other creditors.

In an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper, Clinton, who was elected to the Senate from New York in 2000, said she changed her vote on a bankruptcy bill she opposed as first lady because it included new provisions that would protect single mothers’ ability to collect child support from ex-husbands who declare bankruptcy.

“I was deluged by women’s groups and children’s groups because the version of the bill that was going to be voted on did not protect child support, did not protect vulnerable women and their children from what would happen to them if their partner, their spouse went into bankruptcy and was able to discharge those obligations,” Clinton said Sunday.

But in the endnotes to her 2003 book, “The Two-Income Trap: Why Middle-Class Parents Are Going Broke,” Warren paints an entirely different picture.

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