Trump may not even be a free person in 2020: Warren

BOSTON MA- JANUARY 21 Sen. Elizabeth Warren, speaks during a rally for airport workers affected by the government shutdown at Boston Logan International Airport

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Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren, who has officially launched her 2020 presidential campaign, said that President Donald Trump might be unable to finish his term by the time Election Day comes next year.

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. "And what are we as candidates, as activists, as the press, going to do about that?" Warren continued. "Are we going to let him use those to divide us?" "It's to talk about what we understand is broken in this country, talk about what needs to be done to change it and talk about how we're going to do that, because that is not only how we win, it's how we make the change we need to make".

Warren's comments come after President Trump took a jab at her on Twitter shortly after she announced her presidential campaign.

Then the senator - who was hit with more revelations about her past claims to being an "American Indian" last week - got to her less concise iteration of Trump's famous "Lock Her Up!" chant that became a regular feature of his 2016 rallies, but this time directed back at the president. In fact, he may not even be a free person, ' she said.

"Here's how I see it. Donald Trump is not the only problem we've got".

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"Today Elizabeth Warren, sometimes referred to by me as Pocahontas, joined the race for President,"he tweeted, seemingly ignoring Native American groups' past calls to stop invoking the name of a historical Native American figure in a way to criticize a political opponent". During her first of three events Sunday in eastern Iowa, Warren said the president shouldn't be allowed to dictate the direction of the campaign with divisive attacks.

But Warren guessed that the shift could focus if Trump left the picture within the next two years.

She also apologized to the Cherokee Nation for muddying the waters about tribal citizenship when she released a DNA test in October purporting to vindicate her longtime claims of Native American ancestry.

Trump has not been charged with any crimes, but several of his former advisers have pleaded guilty to a variety of charges.

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