Because she can, of course:
Hillary Clinton will be joined by 13 of the 14 Democratic women of the U.S. Senate at a fundraiser Monday night in Washington, D.C., an attempt by the front-runner’s campaign to flex its establishment muscle as the first caucuses and primaries draw closer.
But one Democratic leader is notably missing from the roster of women headlining the Women for Hillary endorsement event: Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
You can do that when your own party wants you to be the first female major-party Presidential candidate. Even when you don’t quite have the nerve yourself to go for that particular brass ring. Especially when you don’t quite have the nerve, I suppose. What is Hillary gonna do, support the Republican candidate in Warren’s next election?