Potential Democratic challenger Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Thursday presented a list of key issues from trade to wages that she wants 2016 Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton to address in her campaign for president.
"I'd like to see her address all of these issues," said Warren on CBS "This Morning" while promoting her book, "A Fighting Chance."
Pressed by Charlie Rose to explain where "you differ from former Secretary of State Clinton" on the issues, Warren said:
"Charlie, I'll tell you where I stand on all of the key issues. It's up to others to say whether they stand there as well or if they stand in some different place. I'll tell you where I stand on minimum wage; I'll tell you where I stand on equal pay for equal work," she said as Rose interrupted her.