Elizabeth Warren declares her 2020 intentions… sort of

Elizabeth Warren declares her 2020 intentions… sort of

Elizabeth Warren declares her 2020 intentions… sort of

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Massachusetts Democrat, said repeatedly Sunday that she is not running for president in 2020, but demurred when asked if she would serve the full six years if reelected in November.

The latest interest in questioning whether or not Warren has her sights set on a 2020 run is the result of Donald Trump, who mentioned that "ratings" would go down if her or Bernie Sanders were to run for president at a rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday.

Warren, who is seeking a second Senate term this year, has been accused of saying she is of Native American heritage to help in securing jobs, including one as a Harvard law professor.

Last week, an editorial in the Berkshire Eagle called on the senior senator from MA to take a DNA test to finally put the issue to rest, stating she has "nothing to lose but her Achilles' heel".

It doesn't look like the controversy over Elizabeth Warren's Native American ancestry is going to end anytime soon. 'My mother and daddy were born and raised in Oklahoma.

She also says in the interview that her mother was "part Native American".

"And eventually my parents eloped and they survived the Great Depression, they survived The Dust Bowl".

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Warren, speaking Sunday, insisted that she isn't running for President in two years.

"Therefore, we offer a simple suggestion that could not even have been contemplated when Warren first listed her heritage on an employment form".

When Todd asked her why she is against knowing the results for sure, Warren replied: 'I do know. "I understand that tribal membership is determined by tribes - and only by tribes", Warren said, adding that she never used her heritage to advance her career. "I think she needs to come up with a better answer than this".

"I know who I am", Warren tartly responded. And he was head over heels in love with her and wanted to marry her.

She says her focus is winning senate re-election this year and representing the people of MA. "That is just fundamentally wrong".

'Native women are subjected to sexual violence at rates much higher than any other group in our country. "We need to put some focus on this and we need to make some changes on this".

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