Senator Elizabeth Warren: Interest In What Went Wrong In 2008 | Power Lunch | CNBC

Senator Elizabeth Warren, a prominent Democrat, has expressed her interest in finding out what went wrong in 2008 and how to prevent a similar economic crisis from happening again. In an interview with CNBC’s Power Lunch, she noted that the 2008 financial crisis was caused by a combination of factors, including deregulation, risky lending practices, and a lack of transparency. She also emphasized the need for strong consumer protections and a level playing field for all Americans. Senator Warren has been an outspoken advocate for financial reform and has proposed several bills aimed at regulating the banking industry and protecting consumers.