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

Frederick Owens
February 12, 2019

Back in Iowa as a full-fledged presidential candidate, Warren took aim at President Trump on Sunday, saying he "may not even be a free person" by next year's election.

Warren stopped by Cedar Rapids, Iowa, over the weekend to attack President Donald Trump and dim some of the spotlights on her fraud situation, coupled with being tagged a liar for claiming she didn't use the "American Indian" designation to get ahead.

"It's no longer just the Mueller investigation", Warren said. 'Keep America Great!' Donald Trump Unveils 2020 US Presidential Election Campaign Slogan. The Massachusetts senator argued that Democrats should resist the urge to respond to "a racist tweet, a hateful tweet, something really dark and ugly" when choosing whether or not to spar with Trump. "I want to talk about what's going wrong and how we set it right". "It's to talk about what we understand is broken in this country, talk about what needs to be done to change it and talk about how we're going to do that, because that is not only how we win, it's how we make the change we need to make".

In a tweet, Trump called Warren "Pocahontas" and said he would see her 'on the campaign TRAIL'. By the time we get to 2020 Donald Trump may not even be the President. In fact, he may not even be a free person, ' she said. "Yeah. Donald Trump is the symptom of a badly broken system", she said.

Meanwhile, Senator Elizabeth Warren formally launched her presidential run Saturday with a rally in the working-class city of Lawrence, Massachusetts.

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Warren came under fire past year for taking a DNA test to demonstrate her Native American ancestry.

His capitalization of the word "trail" also sparked backlash over the apparent reference to the "Trail of Tears", which was the extremely brutal and forced relocation of Native Americans by the government.

Warren's comments came a day after Trump took aim at the MA senator over her claims of having Native American heritage when she officially announced her candidacy for a 2020 presidential bid on Saturday.

Warren did not explain her comment, though she appeared to be referring to the multiple investigations that have shadowed Trump's presidency. Warren formally kicked off her bid for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination before a crowd of about 3,500 supporters in MA on Saturday.

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