Clinton and Warren campaign in Ohio

OHIO — Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren campaigned hand-in-hand with Hillary Clinton in Ohio Monday morning, fueling those vice president rumors.

Senator Warren seemed to be reminding everyone why she’s considered an effective attack dog against Donald Trump, but as an almost certainty, Trump was quick to fire back.

At long last, Clinton and Warren were on the same stage and the same side.

Warren is offering an impassioned endorsement of Clinton as she remains one of Clinton’s possible vice presidential picks. Both took the stage for the first time during the presidential campaign at an event in Cincinnati Monday.

In addition to championing Clinton as a fighter who "has never backed down," Warren offered up harsh criticism of Trump, calling him a, "small, insecure money-grubber."

"She knows what it takes to beat a thin-skinned bully who is driven by greed and hate," she said.

"I must say, I do just love to see how she gets under Donald Trump’s thin skin (cheers)," Clinton added.

The Warren-Clinton show, part pep rally, part audition, made clear the hatchet is buried between the two Democrats, at least publicly.

But Warren has suggested in interviews and her 2004 book, that Clinton caved on a bankruptcy bill in the Senate, writing, "It seems that Hillary Clinton could not afford such a principled position."

But Monday, Warren spoke of Clinton’s strength and for now, they share a common objective: stopping Trump.

And Trump just may have been watching, sending this tweet just before they took stage:

"Crooked Hillary is wheeling out one of the least productive senators in the U.S. Senate – goofy Elizabeth Warren."

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