Top GOP Senate allies join Trump in mocking Warren

Top GOP Senate allies join Trump in mocking Warren

Top GOP Senate allies join Trump in mocking Warren

"I think I can beat her", Graham said.

"I'm going to take a DNA test".

President Donald Trump went after Elizabeth Warren again tonight one day after the release of her DNA test and the ensuing back-and-forth between the two of them.

In a widely shared statement announcing their rejection of Warren's results, Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin, Jr. said: "A DNA test is useless to determine tribal citizenship". According to Trump, the Native American tribe revealed Warren as a "complete and total fraud".

Having provided the results to American newspaper the Boston Globe yesterday, Warren now has conclusive proof of her Native American ancerstry. Facebook and Uber investor Hadi Partovi flipped MAGA on its head when he said, "By calling us bad you insult everything that makes America great".

In July, the president offered to donate $1 million to her favorite charity if a DNA test proved her Native American bloodline. "You said if I showed you this, that you're going to pay whatever group I want one million bucks'".

Harvard did not call Warren "a person of color" and hire her to to teach law because of her Native ancestry.

Warren was, at a few points during her academic career, described as minority faculty - at least once by her own election campaign on a forum.

At the height of the controversy in 2012, Warren noted that, within her family, a family trait of high cheekbones was attributed to the Native American ancestry. She was never a Native American until 1986 when she gets hired into the ivy leagues and then keeps saying she's a Native American until she gets tenure at Harvard and then walks away. She owes the voters of the commonwealth an explanation as to why the DNA test occured now. Branham said that President Trump's references to Elizabeth Warren as "fake Pocahontas" are offensive because they show how pop culture has glossed over the treatment of Native Americans, particularly women. "This is not something I would enjoy doing either".

Warren released the findings of the test in a video in which she concedes that she is not enrolled in any tribe, "but my family history is my family history". President Donald Trump focused Tuesday on calling a rival Democratic senator names. Elizabeth Warren, nor does he seem in any way inclined to break with his longstanding tradition of backing away from a debt.

Moreover, Warren's DNA was not even compared to Native samples.

Many Oklahomans take pride in their Indian blood even if, as in Warren's case, they can not trace an ancestor to the original tribal rolls. Trump relishes a good fight, those close to him have said, and will hit back twice as hard when he's been attacked.

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