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

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Deanna Wagner | 12 February, 2019, 21:39

Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., shot back at President Donald Trump after he called her campaign a "fraud", suggesting Trump could be impeached or indicted by the time the 2020 election rolls around.

"Every day, there is a racist tweet, a hateful tweet - something really dark and ugly", Warren said at a rather "intimate" campaign event in Cedar Rapids, Iowa Sunday.

"As we go forward in this campaign, is it going to be chasing every tweet and nasty statement from Donald Trump, or are we going to talk about what's broken in our country and what are our plans to fix it?"

'What are we as candidates, as activists, as the press, going to do about it? So our job as we start rolling into the next election is not just to respond on a daily basis it's to talk about what we understand that is broken in this country, talk about what needs to be done to change it, and talk about how we're gonna do that. "Let him make a full report to the American people and then collectively we can make the decision about what the appropriate next step is".

New Mexico Democratic Rep. Deb Haaland, one of the first Native American women in Congress, said on CNN's "At This Hour" with Kate Bolduan that she took Trump's remark to be about the Trail of Tears. "In fact, he may not even be a free person".

Meanwhile, Senator Elizabeth Warren formally launched her presidential run Saturday with a rally in the working-class city of Lawrence, Massachusetts. "They're everywhere, and these are serious investigations, so we'll see what happens".

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Trump's capitalization of the word "trail" came under intense scrutiny over his apparent reference to the "Trail of Tears", the forced relocation of Native Americans in the 1830s, as part of Andrew Jackson's Indian removal policy.

Warren's campaign wouldn't say what the senator believes Trump was referencing.

Asked by reporters to expand upon her comments after the speech, Warren cited the multiple ongoing investigations into the Trump campaign's dealings with Russian officials.

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.

Saturday's appearance is part of a series of organizing events that Warren is holding around the country to boost support for the US senator from Massachusetts' presidential campaign in early primary states.