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GOP nominee Donald Trump’s attacks on Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Ma have inspired a new way to get to the senator’s website.
Trump has kept a continuous drumbeat, calling Warren “Pocahontas,” at every turn. The mockery is in reference to when she apparently applied to Harvard University as a ‘Native American’ despite no proof of the heritage.
A Warren supporter reportedly has grabbed the website domain Pocahontas.com, where it redirects users to Warren’s campaign site, according to the Washington Post.
The website domain has been around since July 1995, but up until March, according to Twitchy, it was not a traffic magnet on the internet.
Here’s what it looked like previously:
That is, until now.
A quick search for Pocahontas.com immediately redirects users to Warren’s campaign website, where she already has a petition users can sign up for to “Stop Donald Trump.”
She may have outfoxed him on this one. What do you think?
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