WARREN UNHINGED: Sen. Warren Suggests Trump GOING TO PRISON Before 2020 Election

Senator Elizabeth Warren had her presidential campaign kickoff Saturday in Lawrence

Senator Elizabeth Warren had her presidential campaign kickoff Saturday in Lawrence

Elizabeth Warren takes the stage during an event to formally launch her presidential campaign.

Warren said that she typically doesn't mention Trump at events because she thinks he is a symptom, not a cause, of the issues she is campaign on.

"The agenda is enormous and the fights will be tough", Warren said. "Congress needs that kind of counsel now more than ever". It includes several well-known women lawmakers, with Senator Amy Klobuchar expected to join their numbers on Sunday.

U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris of California also is expected to make her second campaign appearance in SC this weekend.

On Saturday, Warren kicked off a seven-state tour that will take her from MA to early primary and caucus states New Hampshire through Iowa.

"Elizabeth Warren has already been exposed as a fraud by the Native Americans she impersonated and disrespected to advance her professional career, and the people of MA she deceived to get elected", Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale said in a statement.

Warren has faced criticism from some Native people for amplifying sensitive issues around tribal citizenship versus ancestry, though she never claimed citizenship in a tribe.

The Post, for example, used an open records request during a general inquiry to obtain Warren's 1986 registration card for the State Bar of Texas, which showed she identified as an "American Indian".

On Saturday, Trump's re-election campaign manager was quick to respond to her candidacy and called her "a fraud". It said her "socialist ideas" would hurt workers.

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"Well come on. How many investigations are there now?"

The 69-year-old senator has made the protection of middle-class rights the central pillar of her political message.

Despite their similarities, Warren and Sanders have taken somewhat divergent paths in recent months as they prepare for the primary. Earlier in her legal career, it has been alleged she might have tried to use that claim to her advantage.

Warren was introduced Tuesday by New Mexico Democratic Rep Deb Haaland, one of two Native Americans serving in Congress, who called the MA senator "a great friend to Indian Country". Elizabeth Warren for her 2020 run. She also supports universal health care.

'We have to rely on our allies to fight for us behind closed doors and on the floor of the Senate to protect our Native American women and children, ' Pipestem said.

Warren tried in her speech to appeal to a broad ethnic coalition, saying, "We must not allow those with power to weaponize hatred and bigotry to divide us".

CNN reported that she did not address her Native American heritage controversies. "Because that's not only how we win, but that's how we're gonna make the change we need to make".

Warren wondered if the candidates and press would undyingly focus on Trump's tweets and "dark and ugly" statements every day. "These are serious investigations", she told reporters.

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