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Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has been making headlines lately as she continues her crusade against President Donald Trump. But this time she briefly changed her tune, which may be a refreshing moment for her opponents.

When speaking about the Ann Coulter controversy on Berkeley's campus, Warren told CNN's Jake Tapper something that you might think shouldn't even have to be said in the first place.

If you don't like who's speaking, don't go:

“Ann Coulter has just gotten a much bigger platform because someone tried to deny her a chance to speak. My view is: Let her speak and don’t show up. If you don’t like it, don’t show up.”

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Coulter was slated to speak on April 27, but Berkeley canceled her appearance due to their concerns for her safety. The California college has earned a reputation for violent protests, particularly when conservative speakers come to town.

Now the Berkeley College Republicans and Young America's Foundation are suing the school over the whole debacle and for allegedly discriminating against conservative guest speakers.

No date has been determined for Coulter's rescheduled appearance.

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