Warren is then shown getting the test results from Carlos Bustamante, a professor of Biomedical Data Science, Genetics and Biology at Stanford University, who has advised the genetic testing services Ancestry.com and 23andMe as well as the PBS series "Finding Your Roots".
The Globe said Warren provided the test results to the paper Sunday "in an effort to defuse questions about her ancestry that have persisted for years".
"Native Americans have faced discrimination, neglect, and violence for generations", Warren said.
The professor concluded that most of the senator's DNA shows European ancestry, but there is a Native-American segment.
At a July 5 rally in Montana, President Trump went on a lengthy rant about one of his favorite targets: Sen.
Just on Friday, Mr. Trump renewed his criticism of Ms. Warren during a Fox News interview saying, "I have more Indian blood than she does, and I have none, unfortunately".
In a video posted on her website that begins with Trump calling her "Pocahontas", Warren is speaking to Bustamante.
According to the analysis, if Warren's great-great-great-grandmother was Native American, she would be considered 1/32nd Native American.
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Warren says the Native American ancestry comes from her mother, born in Eastern Oklahoma in 1912. Last month, the Globe reported that her heritage was not considered by Harvard Law faculty when analyzing her application in the 1990s.
"And we will say, 'I will give you $1 million to your favorite charity, paid for by Trump, if you take the test and it shows you're an Indian, '" Trump continued. When pressed on the once-promised $1 million payment, Trump responded: "I didn't say that".
Native American leaders have called Trump's mockery insensitive and an example of prejudice.
"Send them your $1M check, @realDonaldTrump", Warren added. I remember - and here's the verdict.
During a town hall meeting on September 29 in Holyoke, Warren said that she plans on taking a "hard look" at running for president in 2020 following the midterm elections on November 6.
Bustamante, according to the Globe, authored the six-page report and conducted the analysis after Warren released a sample of her DNA to a private lab in Georgia over the summer.
So, now that she's taken the test and has had confirmation of her indigenous heritage, will Donald Trump make good on his offer?