Donald Trump: Elizabeth Warren DNA Test Proves She Is 'a Phony'

Geraldine Edwards
October 20, 2018

This week, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., in preparation for a 2020 presidential run, chose to fight back against President Trump's brutal nickname for her: Pocahontas.

In response Warren unleashed a storm of 28 tweets calling Trump "a bully that scares easy" but no one, especially on social media, seemed to be buying the idea that having one POSSIBLE Native American ancestor 200 years ago makes one an Indian.

The results, as shared with The Boston Globe, reportedly reveal "strong evidence" the MA senator had a Native American ancestor dating back six to 10 generations.

Mr Trump has ridiculed her as "Pocahontas" over the ancestry claim.

Carlson asked her how she felt about Warren's claim.

The accusation that the Oklahoma native claimed the ethnic background to get ahead could be politically potent with the party's black and Hispanic supporters. Elizabeth Warren's claims of Indigenous ancestry.

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The DNA test that Sen. He also denied making the million-dollar donation offer.

"She only claimed it when she was in her late 30s and beginning to climb the law professor ladder from the University of Texas to Harvard", Jacobson said.

"That will not be something I enjoy doing either", he added.

We'll see. Although his answer made me wonder whether he knows how genetic testing is conducted, I take it as a sign that we can expect this little feud to continue.

"He's trying to do what he always does to women who scare him: call us names, attack us personally, shrink us down to feel better about himself", Warren said on Twitter. Such acts might well "soothe his ego - but it won't work". More than a dozen women have accused him of sexual misconduct - all liars, Trump says.

Mr Trump on Tuesday hit back at Ms Warren in a tweet.

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Trump has continued to attack the MA senator and potential 2020 rival on Twitter, charging Tuesday morning "that her claims of being of Indian heritage have turned out to be a scam and a lie" and saying she "should apologize for perpetrating this fraud against the American Public". "What are YOU hiding, realDonaldTrump?" she wrote. Her Native American ancestry is so distant, it turns out, that her closest Native American ancestor might actually have been Pocahontas. Trump also thanked Cherokee Nation for their statement.

Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. said Monday that DNA tests are useless in determining tribal citizenship, which is determined by tribal nations. In an essay on CNN's website, Moya-Smith, whose forthcoming book is titled, "Your Spirit Animal is a Jackass", echoes other Native American writers and activists who decry Warren's absence on issues of great concern to tribal communities, including poverty, education, pipeline incursion controversies and crises of high sexual assault rates on reservations. "She wants us to believe that it was a coincidence, which it of course was not".

The test-run of this spectacle was already made during the previous presidency, when Trump repeatedly insisted that Barack Obama was born, not in Hawaii but Kenya.

At Harvard Law, she was touted as its first female faculty member of color.

South Carolina Republican Sen. "It's really actively being a part of that culture".

Jason Chaffetz sparked outrage when he posted a picture with a Native American statue on Thursday, to mock Elizabeth Warren.

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