Washington (CNN)Sen. Elizabeth Warren said Wednesday even though she "didn't want to see Donald Trump win," the Massachusetts Democrat and "those of us who supported Hillary Clinton will respect this result."
Elizabeth Warren vows to work with Donald Trump
In a statement, Warren brought up a focal point of Trump's campaign: his promise to rebuild the economy as an area for collaboration.
"President-elect Trump promised to rebuild our economy for working people, and I offer to put aside our differences and work with him on that task," she wrote.
"But the integrity of our democracy is more important than any individual election," Sen. Warren said, echoing President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton's remarks from earlier today.
Warren expressed her "sincere hope" that after President-elect Trump "takes the oath of office as the leader of democracy and the leader of all Americans," he will lead the country "with respect and concern for every single person in this country, no matter who they are, where they come from, what they believe, or whom they love."
Warren was an outspoken antagonist of the Republican presidential nominee on the campaign trail, repeatedly criticizing the real estate mogul in sharp and colorful ways.