On Saturday, Senator Elizabeth Warren gave the commencement speech at Bridgewater State University. The Huffington Post has the news.
"Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) delivered the commencement address Saturday at Bridgewater State University, where she quoted Taylor Swift and once again took shots at presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump," writes columnist Igor Bobic.
"LOL! That was literally Sen. Elizabeth Warren's response when she found out Donald Trump had branded her the nickname, goofy. 'I laughed out loud,' the Massachusetts Democrat told The Boston Globe's Annie Linskey, adding that she expected that Trump would 'punch back' following her Indiana primary night tweetstorm."The article adds that when Donald Trump did respond three days later, Warren said she was working puzzles with her grandchildren during a trip to Los Angeles.Warren has been criticized in the past for lying about her Native American ancestry. In April of 2014, Breitbart accused her of lying about it in her new book.
"Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) repeats her false claims of Native American ancestry in her new book, A Fighting Chance, which is scheduled for release next Tuesday...In 2012 Breitbart News exhaustively documented the facts surrounding Senator Warren's claims of Native American ancestry and demonstrated that no credible evidence exists to support those claims."Breitbart added that the lack of genealogical evidence has never stopped Senator Warren from boldly asserting as fact something which is flatly not true. To this day, Twitter still criticizes Warren for her alleged lies.
"Megyn Kelly challenged Donald Trump on some of his past derogatory comments about women. She said Trump has called women he dislikes 'fat pigs' and 'slobs' in the past. 'Only Rosie O'Donnell,' Trump responded to laughter and applause. Kelly said that 'for the record, it was well beyond Rosie O'Donnell,' noting that once Trump told a contestant on 'The Apprentice' that it 'would be a pretty picture to see her on her knees.'"Do you think Elizabeth Warren has a point about Donald Trump, or do you think she is trying to make people forget about her Native American claims? Let us know in the comments section.
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