Warren Sounds 'Very Evasive' About 2020 Plans — CNN Reporter


A MA newspaper has challenged Warren to clear up questions about her claims to Native American heritage by taking a DNA test.

President Trump has repeatedly mocked Warren's claims of Native American ancestry, frequently referring to her as "Pocahontas".

Warren went on to reiterate four more times that she is not running for president, but when pressed by Todd would not commit to serving another six years in the Senate. "It's a part of me, and nobody's going to take that part of me away". "That's the story that my brothers and I all learned from our mom and our dad, from our grandparents, from all of our aunts and uncles", she said.

Last year, Warren famously spawned the #ShePersisted hashtag on social media after she was silenced by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on the floor of the Senate during the confirmation battle over Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

"This government is working better and better and better for a thinner and thinner slice at the top", Warren said.

"So look, I am not running for president of the United States", Warren said, per the Boston Globe.

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Trump has taken to calling Warren "Pocahontas" as a derogatory term because she claims to have Native American ancestry. "I did not mention her Native American connection because I did not know about it".

However, Warren's reflection of her heritage remains based on what she was told by her parents. And never used it for anything. In that speech, she said she understood why "some people think there's hay to be made" over the issue, because she wasn't enrolled in a tribe. And he was head over heels in love with her and wanted to marry her.

The validity of the Oklahoma native's claims have been questioned since her 2012 U.S. Senate run, and critics has accused her of using it to boost her career.

Roberts said a local paper in western MA that previously endorsed her Senate run urged her to "take the spit test" as a way to silence critics, including the president.

'That is just fundamentally wrong. Native women are subjected to sexual violence at rates much higher than any other group in our country. We need to bring some attention to it and we need to put some resources on it.