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Except Warren didn’t join him in saying that. In fact, the only mention she made of Tierney was a quick appreciation of his presence.
“I want to thank the Congressman for being here,” she said.
They never appeared onstage together.
Warren got a rockstar reception and, directly after her speech, waded into the adoring crowd for handshakes, hugs and photographs.
Tierney, wearing a pink shirt and dark slacks, engaged in a bit of retail politicking himself.
But then, as Warren continued to campaign inside the church, still swarmed by people, Tierney walked out the back door. He bumped into some union guys, got in a quick picture with them, then left.
A few minutes later, in the front of the venue, two Warren volunteers were looking for the Congressman. “We wanted to give him signs,” said one woman in Warren regalia.
But Tierney was already gone.