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Trump 'May Not Be a Free Person' in 2020 — POCAHONTAS

13 February 2019
Trump 'May Not Be a Free Person' in 2020 — POCAHONTAS

Back in Iowa as a full-fledged presidential candidate, Democrat Elizabeth Warren took aim at President Donald Trump on Sunday, saying he "may not even be a free person" by next year's election.

"By the time we get to 2020, Donald Trump may not even be president", Warren said at her first campaign event in Iowa, according to CNN.

Warren also had the gall to accuse the president of making hateful, racist, "dark and ugly" tweets while also hinting he might be in jail before 2020, due to "serious" investigations. She said the party should ask: "Are we going to let him use those to divide us?" Are we going to chase after those every day?

The president is under the microscope from the special counsel on whether or not his campaign colluded with Russian Federation in 2016, from the Southern District of NY about his business practices and from a slew of congressional committees on both matters.

"He is just completely ignorant when it comes to Native Americans, Native American history", Haaland said.

The New York Times, a declining and laughable rag filled with fake news, had the audacity to criticize the president for "racism" because he criticized Elizabeth Warren for pretending to be a 'native American'. "I've been grateful for her counsel as we've worked together to tackle issues of importance to Indian Country", Warren said in her introduction of Andrews-Maltais. "In fact, he may not even be a free person", she said to the crowd, adding that whatever happens in 2020, "is going to determine the direction of our nation, the direction of our people". "Yeah. Donald Trump is the symptom of a badly broken system", Warren said.

Meanwhile, Senator Elizabeth Warren formally launched her presidential run Saturday with a rally in the working-class city of Lawrence, Massachusetts.

Trump has often derided the partisan, politically-motivated investigations being led by House Democrats as wasteful and interfering with the administration's ability to govern.

Trump has frequently taken digs at Warren by calling her Pocahontas, a reference to the native woman who lived in present-day Virginia in the 1600s and agreed to marry an English colonist to help ensure peace and protect her people. She's apologized for claiming Native American identity on multiple occasions early in her career.