Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., to take a DNA test to end doubt about having Native American blood grabbed the national spotlight Sunday.
Trump regularly refers to Warren as "Pocahontas" - a reference to Warren's claim that she is of Cherokee ancestry. (Much like Bernie Sanders.) The only reasons she would go on Fox News is the same reason she did her American Indian pitch, as prep for a presidential run. Asked if she will, Warren instead talked about her family and Native American issues.
Some on the left and right are calling on Senator Elizabeth Warren to take a DNA test to straighten out questions about Native American heritage; radio host Howie Carr weighs in.
"If I don't win the election, [news] ratings are going to go so far down, they'll be out of business, every one of them". "It's about my family's story because my family's story is deeply apart of me and apart of my brothers".
The President came under fire when he referred to Warren as "Pocahontas" a year ago during a Navajo war veterans event at the White House.
What Warren said this weekend was a non-answer and the usual, deceptive verbal dancing of politicians everywhere.
On Sunday, she appeared on NBC News, CNN and Fox News Sunday - a national media blitz that doesn't scream "focused on MA".
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"My mother and daddy were born and raised in Oklahoma". When asked about her claim of Native American heritage, however, the MA lawmaker deflected, citing her family history and what she had been told by her parents.
"And eventually my parents eloped and they survived the Great Depression, they survived The Dust Bowl".
Warren's response came after Todd read a portion of the editorial, posted on the television screen, that appeared in The Eagle's Tuesday edition. "I understand that tribal membership is determined by tribes - and only by tribes", Warren said, adding that she never used her heritage to advance her career.
Although questions over her claims of Native American ancestry have continued to dog U.S. Sen.
"I am in this fight to retain my Senate seat in 2018". She wanted to be elected to another term as Senator and both her Republican opponent and the NY media were asking if she would finish her term. "More than half of all native women have been the victims of sexual violence", she said.
'That is just fundamentally wrong.
"Look, I don't understand how anybody in the United States Senate votes for a bill that's going to increase the likelihood of taxpayer bailouts", Warren said. We need to bring some attention to it and we need to put some resources on it.