Elizabeth Warren Tweet Spat With Trump Intensifies [Video]

Senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts has been on a tweet spat with Donald Trump here lately, and the standoff on the social media platform has only intensified over the past few days.

One thing of note is that Elizabeth Warren has taken to Twitter to battle Donald Trump on his own preferred platform, which he uses regularly to rile up the media and force himself into the headlines for all the major news networks and leading publications around the world, according to the New York Times.

While the Twitter tirade between the two has been raging now for days, the situations that Warren cites on her own Twitter account seem to mirror the rhetoric that Trump regularly uses to rally support for his candidacy for President of the United States.

Warren has made consistent claims in her tweets that Donald Trump is dangerous for society should he be elected to the presidency in 2016. She cites him using "reckless" words at his rallies and on social media to force his supporters to act out in violent ways, maybe even causing some racial tension and eventually inciting a race war.

While it is true that Donald Trump has caught the ire of the American left, he has also caught the attention of the extreme American right. He has been endorsed by countless people who have been known to push an anti-Muslim and racially divided agenda. He has also been endorsed by members of the infamous hate group, the Ku Klux Klan.

Warren also cited in her tweet that she feels that his "free ride" in the media and the U.S. is over, calling him an embarrassment. It is unclear at this time if Warren's tweet meant that he is an embarrassment to the country or an embarrassment to himself based on his own record in the private sector. But the tweet certainly did seem to have one thing in mind, and that is to call Donald Trump out for what appears to be distorted truths he uses in the media, both live and on his tweets.

Donald Trump is never one to back down from a fight, especially a Twitter fight. The former reality TV show star also took to Twitter and called Senator Warren "one of the least effective Senators in the entire U.S. Senate." But what he failed to mention in his tweet is exactly what Warren has failed at in the Senate and how she has achieved that status as a failure.

There have also been many cases during the primary campaign where Donald Trump had made claims, either via statistics or eyewitness accounts, that were not supported by the factual evidence that had been discovered following his statements, including when Trump sends out tweets.

One of those claims that Trump made was that he saw people in New Jersey celebrating when the World Trade Centers fell. Trump has also tried to cite statistics that did not have any factual studies to back him up. But he still has made no apologies for his misspoken claims and continues to burn a path to the White House with fiery rhetoric in his tweets and with millions of campaign dollars, presumably from his own self-financed campaign.

Trump also attacked Elizabeth Warren over her claims to have Native-American ancestry in a tweet that did not seem to have anything to do with her politics or the issues at hand. Trump rather seemed to be attacking her on a personal level, which does seem to be a common character trait for Donald Trump, as evidenced in the debates as well as in his tweets.

Meanwhile, Warren spat out a few social media posts of her own that has called him out on his consistent use of demagoguery.

"Trump has built his campaign on racism, sexism and xenophobia," Warren wrote on Facebook.

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