Elizabeth Warren: Trump ‘May Not Even Be a Free Person’ By 2020

Nellie Chapman
February 13, 2019

By the time we get to 2020, Donald Trump may not even be president.

Warren, who officially announced her bid for the Democratic presidential nomination on Saturday, made the remark at the Veterans Memorial Building in Cedar Rapids in front of a crowd of several hundred. But Sen. Elizabeth Warren of MA made a novel argument Sunday for ignoring the president: He could soon be in jail.

Elizabeth Warren should "focus more on her heritage" than on investigating his companies in his latest snub of the Democratic presidential contender he calls 'Pocahontas'.

Warren's remark was an unusually blunt jab at Trump, from a candidate who has largely declined to spar personally with the president since her entry into the 2020 race.

Warren officially launched her campaign in MA on Saturday, where she issued a challenge to the super wealthy and called Trump "just the latest and most extreme symptom of what's gone wrong in America". CNN has reached out to the White House seeking additional comment on the tweet.

Trump. Jr captioned his post: "Savage!"

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"You know, here's what bothers me", she said. It's no longer just the Mueller investigation ... "It's exhausting, right? It's completely exhausting to try to keep up with so much of his ignorance and racism for native people". She also apologized to the Cherokee Nation for muddying the waters about tribal citizenship when she released a DNA test in October purporting to vindicate her longtime claims of Native American ancestry.

Warren spoke to NCAI's Executive Council Winter Session and Tribal Nations Policy Summit in February of a year ago, saying in part: "I understand that tribal membership is determined by tribes - and only by tribe".

It was at least the third time in a week that Warren has apologised for her past self-identification.

The US constitution does not prohibit a sitting president from being indicted while in office, and there is no law that says Trump is immune from criminal prosecution.

Warren has been a frequent Trump target.

That event was not, according to the the National Congress of American Indians, a part of today's National Congress of American Indians.

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