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“Pocahontas? Is that offensive, you tell me…”
During a press conference in North Dakota, Donald Trump got a dose of just how politically correct and sensitive the mainstream media is when a reporter shouted out “That’s very offensive!”
But that didn’t stop Trump from ticking off the media even more by continuing to refer to Sen. Elizabeth Warren as “Pocahontas,” a nickname he adopted for Warren because she had years ago declared being Native American, despite having no evidence to bolster the claim.
“Alright, oh, I’m sorry about that,” Trump said to the reporter. “Pocahontas? Is that what you said? Elizabeth Warren? She tweets a lot about me, everyone once in awhile I’ll tweet, and when I tweet, you know, not that many people are watching her tweets. When I tweet, they watch.”
Trump wasted no time attacking Warren again and again.
“I will say this. She is a senator that’s highly overrated. She’s passed very little legislation. She has been a real disaster for a lot of people, including the Democrats, many Democrats can’t stand her. Just ask Hillary Clinton how much she likes her.”
Watch the exchange here:
— CNN (@CNN) May 26, 2016
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