TRUMP CONTINUES RACIST ATTACKS ON SEN. ELIZABETH WARREN, ACCUSES HER OF BEING “SO ANGRY”

President Donald Trump renewed his war of words on Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) during his appearance on Fox & Friends this morning. The President claimed that called Senator Warren “Pocahontas” is a mistake because it is an insult to the historical Pocahontas.

“She’s a hopeless case. I call her Pocahontas, and that’s an insult to Pocahontas,” the President said.

The President has a long history of giving nicknames to those that he doesn’t like, especially women.

During campaign election 2016, then-candidate Trump referred to Sec. of State Hillary Clinton as “crooked Hillary” and “nasty woman“.

He has been calling Senator Warren “Pocahontas” since at least 2016. The President calls her Pocahontas due to a contrived scandal where some in the right wing media claimed that she made up her claims of Native American ancestry for her own personal benefit.

On Fox News, the President said of the Massachusetts Senator, “I don’t think she has the kind of support that some people do. I think she heard Hillary. I watched her campaigning for Hillary [Clinton], and she was so angry. The President added, “Hillary would be sitting back listening to her trying to smile, but there were a lot of people in that audience that were going ‘Wow, is that what we want?’ There’s a lot of anger there and hostility.”

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