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Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenJuan Williams: Verdict on big debate will be instantaneous WATCH LIVE: Warren campaigns for Clinton in NH Fifteen years since pivotal executive order, STORM Act could help fight terror finance MORE (D-Mass.) on Monday said Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonDebate of century lives up to its billing Trump offers support for banning gun sales to terror suspects Five takeaways from wild debate MORE is “terrific” when asked if the former secretary of State would make a good president.
ABC News released a short clip from an interview with the freshman senator, noting that she stopped short of answering the direct question.
Warren, whose name has been floated by progressives as a possible alternative to Clinton, continued to deny she would run for president, repeating twice, "I'm not running for president."
Warren signed a letter last year along with all other female Democrats in the Senate urging Clinton to run in 2016.
The Massachusetts senator has maintained the same position for the better part of the year, blaming the speculation on the "pundit world out there." However, she has emerged as one of the top fundraisers in the party.
Clinton has dominated early polling for the Democratic nomination, with Warren placing third behind Vice President Biden. A Fox News poll last week found Clinton brought in 69 percent compared to Biden's 14 percent and Warren's 6 percent.
Warren has been increasingly visible in the media over the past week with the release of her new book A Fighting Chance, due out Tuesday.