the Statement was made when Elizabeth Warren during Sunday spoke in Iowa, in connection with a rant about Trump would not be allowed to dictate the direction of her campaign with their ”divisive attacks”.
– Every day a racist tweet, a hateful tweet – something really dark and ugly. What are we, as candidates, activists, or the press do about it? We will chase after them every day, " she said, according to AP.
attacked Warren on Twitter, particularly for her claim that she is descended from the native americans. Dna tests have shown that she also do it, but only by a relative born in the late 1700s. Trump is one of those who questioned the Warren's description of its roots, which she also apologised for, and often mockingly referred to her as ”the fake Pocahontas”.
Warren, who is the senator of Massachusetts, announced his presidential campaign on Saturday took Trump to Twitter on new. ”She will be profiled as the first ursprungsbefolknings candidate or has she, after 32 years have decided that it is not works so good anymore?”, he wrote.https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1094368870415110145
the Post ended with ”See you on the campaign TRAIL”, which critics see as a bagatellisering of the ”Trail of tears,” when several tribes were forced away from their lands in the 1830s.
avoided to talk about Trump while she prepared his candidacy in the last month, but on Sunday he got himself then a boot.
What she meant to Trump ”might not be free next year,” she developed the not, but probably it has to do with the special prosecutor Robert mueller's investigation on Trump's campaign for the last presidential election.
to set the Trump impeachment not only did she not give a direct answer, but said that Mueller must be allowed to finish their investigation and publish a report.
– If we choose that path we need help to unite this country and get as many people as possible that it was a legitimate process based on facts, " she said, according to AP.
on Sunday also announced senator Amy Klobuchar from Minnesota, she will join a growing crowd of democrats who want to fight for the presidency in 2020. Previously, in addition to Elizabeth Warren, even Cory Booker from New Jersey and Kamala Harris of California said that they want to challenge the president of the Trump in the next election.
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