Trump suggests 'full Indian garb' for Warren's husband in renewed attack

Trump suggests 'full Indian garb' for Warren's husband in renewed attack

President Donald Trump went on a Twitter rant against Elizabeth Warren Sunday night, mocking the MA senator for a video in which she announced her presidential intentions.

On Sunday, Mr Trump said the senator, a 2020 presidential hopeful, should have filmed a commercial "from Bighorn or Wounded Knee" in "full Indian garb".

Tweeting a video of the prominent Democratic politician who has said on several occasions she has partial Native American ancestry, Trump again referred to her as Pocahontas. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., over her New Year's Eve Instagram livestream Sunday night, saying that the video would have been a "smash" if it had been done "from Bighorn or Wounded Knee instead of her kitchen".

This Monday, we have the displeasure of delving into yet another installment in Donald Trump's unusual, racially charged fervor against Sen.

Trump often has derided Warren for her claim of having Native American ancestry.

The Wounded Knee massacre occurred in South Dakota, in 1890, where at least 150 and possibly up to 300 Lakota were killed after US soldiers opened fire at an encampment while trying to disarm the tribespeople.

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Elizabeth Warren, who recently announced she would run for president of the United States in 2020. On Sunday, Trump chose to tweet about it by using one of the greatest atrocities ever committed by the United States military to help crack a joke.

Warren in October publicized the results of a DNA test that showed she had distant Native heritage.

The president has been censured repeatedly for his Native American jabs at Ms Warren.

"Best line in the Elizabeth Warren beer catastrophe is, to her husband, "Thank you for being here".

Another said she was "angry and sickened" by the president's tweet.

Since 2012, Ms Warren has also denied benefiting from her reported Native American background, when it emerged that she was listed as a minority in a Harvard Law School directory.

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