A low-key return to D.C. for Elizabeth Warren
Avoids spotlight as she gets down to building staff
As Elizabeth Warren walked through the marble corridors of the United States Capitol on Tuesday, she tried to keep a low profile. Walking arm in arm with Senator-elect Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin, they passed paintings of historic politicians, busts of former vice presidents, and the doors to the Senate floor they will enter once sworn in. A small gaggle of reporters awaited one of the rising stars in Washington, and Warren knew it. She leaned into Baldwin and was overheard saying, “Pretend you’re talking to me.” She answered no questions, and strolled into a luncheon as reporters from the biggest news organizations in the country scolded themselves for not getting more information.