BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) -- U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren is getting some buzz for a possible White House run in the near future.
The Boston Herald says Sen. Warren, who entered office after defeating Scott Brown in Nov. 2012, is gaining support among liberals.
The Democratic senator recently spoke out against President Barack Obama's proposal to potentially cut social security benefits. That could set her apart from others in her party, such as presumed frontrunner Hillary Clinton.
A Facebook page called "Elizabeth Warren for President 2016" reached 4,200 likes Monday morning.
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