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Trump Calls Elizabeth Warren "Very Racist" for Claiming Native American Heritage

Mother Jones

"She made up her heritage," Trump tells me of Elizabeth Warren. Adds "what she did was very racist." Crooked Hillary is wheeling out one of the least productive senators in the U.S. Senate, goofy Elizabeth Warren, who lied on heritage. Trump's comments come on the heels of Warren's first campaign appearance with Hillary Clinton on Monday morning. Warren kept up her fiery invective against Trump, describing him as "a thin-skinned bully who is driven by greed and hate."

Capitol Hill Buzz: Warren, Trump duel again on Twitter

U.S. News

Sen. Elizabeth Warren has taken to Twitter again to bash Donald Trump, the latest in a series of Internet "tweetstorms" calling Trump on the carpet for his treatment of women and his insults toward her. The Massachusetts Democrat has far fewer followers than Trump and she is a cleaner Twitter fighter than the bombastic billionaire. And your free ride is over," @elizabethforma tweeted to her 399K followers on Wednesday, capping her latest volley. Warren's Wednesday missives came shortly after @realDonaldTrump lobbed a couple of anti-Warren tweets to his 8.1M followers. "Goofy Elizabeth Warren has been one of the least effective Senators in the entire U.S. Senate.

WAR OF WORDS: Trump remounts Warren attack in effort to nix influence

FOX News

Donald Trump this weekend put his well-honed attack-counter attack game into full general-election mode -- mocking progressive stalwart and Senate Democrat Elizabeth Warren, in a likely preview of the next six months. On Saturday, Trump turned to his go-to Twitter account to attack Warren, of Massachusetts, whom some Democrats wanted to run for president and now as Hillary Clinton's running mate, if the front-running Clinton wins the party's presidential nomination. "Goofy Elizabeth Warren is weak and ineffective," Trump, now the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, tweeted Saturday. Warren nearly lost her Senate bid in 2012, amid criticism that she claimed to have Native American roots to further her academic career and become an Ivy League professor. The fury mostly died as she emerged in the Senate as strong voice against Wall Street and economic inequality.

The Latest: Trump Says He'd 'Love to Run Against' Warren

U.S. News

President Donald Trump says he'd "love to run against" Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who took the first major step toward launching a widely anticipated campaign for the presidency.

Elizabeth Warren isn't standing up to Trump. She's going down to his level

Los Angeles Times

This is all about giving people a reason to turn out, a reason to get in the fight, a reason to knock on doors, a reason to run for office, a reason to drag your friends and your family and your neighbors and your co-workers down to the polls on election day."