The Massachusetts senator's proposal Thursday would combat looting companies that have no interest in turning around struggling American businesses.
Warren blames the decoupling of financial firms from retail banking services as a primary factor for Wall Street recklessness.
Nearly every single 2020 Democratic presidential candidate condemned President Trump's "go back" tweet on Sunday.
Senator Kamala Harris of California also polled ahead of the president by one point, at 45 to 44 percent. But that lead falls within the poll's margin of error.
"To anyone out there who's working in this system, understand you abuse immigrants, you physically abuse immigrants, you sexually abuse immigrants, you fail to get them medical care that they need, you break the law of the United States of America and Donald Trump may be willing to look the other way, but President Elizabeth Warren will not."
The sweeping plan proposes to eliminate abusive enforcement by decriminalizing migration and refocusing enforcement on serious criminal activity. It also promises to remake CBP and ICE "from top to bottom."
The latest Economist-YouGov poll shows Biden narrowly holding on to the top spot with 22 percent. Warren came in second place garnering 17 percent, while Harris followed closely behind with 14 percent.
"Our economy should be working just as hard for women of color as women of color work for our economy and their families," Warren wrote in a Medium post.
Warren suggested that Trump's "Salute to America" is really more of a salute to the president, given the provision of tickets to his political donors.
Both the male and female Democratic candidates showed last week that they agree on one key fact about the race for the presidency: Winning over women is essential.
"It makes you wonder. What are we hiding?" Democratic candidate Julian Castro said.
"Trump has perfected the act of selling swanky diplomatic posts to rich buffoons," Warren wrote.
"When you say they're going to repeal and replace your health insurance that you get from your employer..." Outnumbered co-anchor Mellissa Francis said, "when you say that, wow!"
More than ever before, voters are demanding action on this crisis.
Warren set off a heated debate between candidates, showing the significant divide on the issue of healthcare.
While oddsmakers have generally followed the polls, there is one notable outlier.
Wednesday evening marks the first of twelve 2020 Democratic primary debates, a time for candidates who are vying for the top of the polls to push ahead and for those struggling with name recognition to make themselves known.
I have no doubt that a woman can be our next president, and no candidate will fight harder for the American people than my home state Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Senator Elizabeth Warren will be center stage as 10 contenders for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination face off in Miami Wednesday.
Elizabeth Warren's tax plan is estimated to bring in $2.75 trillion in revenue over a ten-year period. which could help pay for universal child care, tuition-free college and student loan forgiveness.
The plans put forth by Warren and Sanders reveal stark differences in where the wealth used to pay for these loans would come from.
"America has a moral, ethical and economic responsibility to tax our wealth more," the wealthy individuals wrote in the letter.
"It's been a long hard journey," former Trump supporter David Weissman tweeted. "I'm truly sorry for justifying his bad behaviors at the time."
"Whether it's Biden or Warren, Elizabeth Warren, or anybody else, what I believe is that in fact I am the strongest candidate to defeat Donald Trump," the independent senator from Vermont said.
"Trump is living in a parallel universe. He is way out of touch with ordinary people. He must be defeated," one candidate said.
"To be a progressive you've got to make progress. This is her plan for action on the urgent problems we're facing," wrote Klobuchar's rapid response director.
Three-quarters of Democrats say sexism factored into Hillary Clinton's 2016 loss but a sizable chunk of left-leaning male voters still don't trust a woman to defeat Trump in 2020.
The many tributes included touching stories, references to family separation at the U.S. Southern border and other calls to political action.
Biden and Sanders would handily beat the president in an election, according to the new poll