Elizabeth warren | Trump "may not even be a free person" by 2020, according to Warren



Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) suggested on Sunday that President Donald Trump "may not even be a free person" by 2020, raising the possibility that the president may be implicated in the special counsel's probe before she has the opportunity to run against him in a general election.


During a campaign stop in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Warren declared, "Every day there is a racist tweet, a horrible tweet — something very dark and ugly." What are the press, activists, and candidates going to do about it? Are we going to pursue those daily?"


Here's what troubles me, she continued. Donald Trump might not even be in the office by the year 2020. He could not even be a free person, in reality.


Warren's first engagement with Trump on the campaign trail since joining the Democratic race on Saturday at an announcement ceremony in Lawrence, Massachusetts, is the jab.


Warren, a proponent of consumer protection and former professor at Harvard Law School, slammed Trump during her opening speech by accusing him of being a part of a "rigged system that props up the affluent and powerful and kicks dirt on everyone else."


Earlier on Saturday, Trump made fun of Warren's announcement and attacked the issues surrounding her past assertions of Native American ancestry. These issues grew Wednesday after The Washington Post reported that Warren had listed herself as American Indian on her Texas State Bar registration card, sparking further controversy.


Elizabeth Warren, who I sometimes refer to as Pocahontas, entered the presidential race today, Trump tweeted. Will she run for president as the first Native American in our country, or has she decided that after 32 years, this isn't working out as well?


Liz, I'll see you on the campaign trail. In what many Democrats interpreted as an allusion to the 1830s forced removal of many Native American tribes in the Southeast of the United States known as the Trail of Tears, the president remarked,


Nine rallies spread across 10 days will be part of Warren's post-announcement national tour, which will include Georgia, California, all four early presidential primary states, and Georgia. On December 31, she established her presidential exploratory committee. Nine rallies spread across 10 days will be part of Warren's post-announcement national tour, which will include Georgia, California, all four early presidential primary states, and Georgia. On December 31, she established her presidential exploratory committee.


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