|Tue, 16 Oct 2018 14:13:40 GMT|
Warren's goal was to take her heritage off the table and stand up to Trump. The strategy is a swing and a miss.
Twenty-four hours after Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren shocked the political world with a five-minute video (and a mountain of documentation) aimed at putting to bed the controversy over her claims of Native American heritage, it's becoming increasingly clear the strategy amounts to a swing and a miss.
|Tue, 16 Oct 2018 01:08:57 GMT|
Trump on Warren: 'I didn't say that' (He did.)
President Donald Trump claims he "didn't say" that he would pay $1 million to Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) for taking DNA test to review her Native American heritage, after she released the results of one on Monday morning. In fact, Trump did promise $1 million, during a July rally, but only if the test showed she was "an Indian."
|Tue, 16 Oct 2018 13:14:16 GMT|
Trump resumes 'Pocahontas' moniker after Warren DNA test
President Donald Trump revived Tuesday his "Pocahontas" nickname for Elizabeth Warren, a day after the Massachusetts senator released a DNA test amplifying the controversy over her claimed Native American heritage.
|Tue, 16 Oct 2018 01:00:21 GMT|
I am a Native American. I have some questions for Elizabeth Warren.
Elizabeth Warren released the results of a DNA test that suggests she has distant Native American heritage -- but that doesn't change anything for me, and other Natives like me, for that matter. My question still stands: Elizabeth Warren, where the hell have you been?
|Tue, 16 Oct 2018 00:38:51 GMT|
Cherokee Nation: Unhelpful to cling to DNA
Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. discusses why Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) release of DNA test results suggesting that she has distant Native American heritage is problematic.
|Tue, 16 Oct 2018 07:50:16 GMT|
Elizabeth Warren's big mistake
One thing's for sure about President Donald Trump: He likes a fighter. Remember what they said about (now) Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's response to his critics? "Talking to lots of people inside WH about how he likes how Kavanaugh is fighting back," tweeted one journalist, a reporter for the Washington Post. "Admires the defiance." But how will Trump react when defiance is turned on him? And when the fighter who takes on her critics is a left-wing, Ivy League woman?
|Tue, 16 Oct 2018 01:07:06 GMT|
Warren's DNA test showcases shift in tactics ahead of 2020
Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren used to briskly walk through the Capitol and ignore reporters -- often with an aide by her side shielding her from questions. She used to resist engaging on issues and controversies beyond ones that launched her political career -- like railing against income inequality and big banks.