Financial Guru Suze Orman Backs Elizabeth Warren for President, Not Hillary Clinton

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CNBC TV host and finance expert Suze Orman just loves Sen. Elizabeth Warren - and she wants to tell everyone about it.

Asked if she would vote for Warren over Hillary Clinton for president in 2016, Orman offered a hearty "yes" in front of an audience at Politico's "Solving for Y: Exploring Opportunities for the Next Generation" event, featuring both Orman and Warren, D-Mass, speaking on student debt.

Although Orman said she thinks Clinton would make an excellent candidate for the Oval Office, the 63-year-old financial guru said she'd vote for Warren because she identifies with the struggle Warren is taking on.

"Warren is my political voice," Orman said.

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"Are you sure you don't want to reconsider for 2016?" Orman jokingly asked Warren, who just smiled.

Unfortunately for Orman and other Warren supporters, she has said multiple times she is not going to run for president in 2016.

This isn't the only time Orman has expressed her opinions on Warren for president. She told Larry King in May on his show PoliticKING that she would vote for Warren "hands down."

Orman and Warren also have another connection. Both made Time's list of 100 Most Influential People in 2009.