Warren takes on Trump, says he may not be 'free' in 2020

Clay Curtis
February 12, 2019

"We're going to chase after those every day?"

In his latest Closer Look, Seth Meyers slammed President Donald Trump for sending out a tweet mocking Sen.

"Elizabeth Warren has already been exposed as a fraud by the Native Americans she impersonated and disrespected to advance her professional career, and the people of MA she deceived to get elected", Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale said in a statement.

Elizabeth Warren takes the stage during an event to formally launch her presidential campaign.

Jordan Gale/Polaris/NewscomSenator Elizabeth Warren, announcing her campaign for president here over the weekend, used the word "rich" or a variation on it-"richer", "richest"-at least nine times in a single 45-minute stump speech. Senator Warren is very cognizant of the fact that tribes determine tribal membership", Haaland said".

"Are we going to let him use those to divide us?"

Hours after Warren, the senator from MA, formally kicked off her campaign on Saturday, the president renewed his criticism of her past claims of Native American heritage.

Warren has largely avoided talking about Trump since she began testing the waters for a campaign more than a month ago.

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Warren herself may "not be a free person" soon.

The Massachusetts senator's comments came a day after Trump renewed his criticism of her past claims of Native American heritage.

Saturday's appearance is part of a series of organizing events that Warren is holding around the country to boost support for the US senator from Massachusetts' presidential campaign in early primary states. It's no longer just the Mueller investigation ...

Trump has not been charged with any crimes, but several of his former advisers have pleaded guilty to a variety of charges.

She said "America's middle class has been deliberately hollowed out" by "the richest families in America".

She's apologized for claiming Native American identity on multiple occasions early in her career.

Voters in Cedar Rapids did not ask Warren about the controversy during a question-and-answer session, focusing instead on her stances on issues including tariffs and student loan debt.

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