Warren stopped by Cedar Rapids, Iowa, over the weekend to attack President Donald Trump and dim some of the spotlights on her fraud situation, coupled with being tagged a liar for claiming she didn't use the "American Indian" designation to get ahead.
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. So our job as we start rolling into the next election is not just to respond on a daily basis it's to talk about what we understand that is broken in this country, talk about what needs to be done to change it, and talk about how we're gonna do that.
In January, Warren apologized to the Cherokee Nation after releasing the results of a DNA test that showed a tiny sliver of her ancestry was Native American.
Warren's campaign launch has been shadowed by the controversy surrounding her past claims to Native American heritage.
The president was railing against letters he's received from congressional committees conducting investigations of his administration and business practices when he let loose on Warren, a favorite target of his.
'Elizabeth Warren has already been exposed as a fraud by the Native Americans she impersonated and disrespected...' Warren's campaign wouldn't say what the senator believes Trump was referencing.
"If Elizabeth Warren, often referred to by me as Pocahontas, did this commercial from Bighorn or Wounded Knee instead of her kitchen, with her husband dressed in full Indian garb, it would have been a smash!"
Warren officially launched her campaign in MA on Saturday, where she issued a challenge to the super wealthy and called Trump "just the latest and most extreme symptom of what's gone wrong in America".
"Senator Warren did not make a surprise visit to the NCAI conference today", a spokeswoman told CNN, "although it is my understanding that she spoke at the National Indian Women Honor Luncheon".
A former Justice Department legal expert wrote in The New York Times in December saying that Trump technically could be indicted, but that it was unlikely to happen.