Elizabeth Warren Responds To President Trump's Epic Twitter Troll (2 Pics)

 Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) responded to President Donald Trump's epic Twitter troll regarding her much-maligned Native American heritage claim by ignoring the issue at hand and directing folks' attention to the government shutdown.
"How about if the president spends his time getting the government back open," Warren told reporters Thursday, adding, "Donald Trump can bluster forever."
Trump meme'd hard on Warren via Twitter earlier in the day for her phony claim of Native heritage, which was essentially debunked by Warren herself late last year. The president with a knack for branding kicked off Warren's recent bid as a 2020 presidential hopeful by posting the following meme, which happens to have been created by the fine folks at The Daily Wire:
As you might notice, the parody "Warren 2020" logo actually reads, "Warren 1/2020th" — a reference to Warren's DNA test findings. According to The Boston Globe, you have to go back some six to 10 generations to find any such ancestry, ranging from 1/64 to 1/1,024 part Native.
Warren refused to address the concern over her dubious claim of Native heritage, which seemingly gave her a leg-up for a job at Harvard, and continued to speak of the shutdown to reporters.
"We're now in the 13th day of the shutdown, we have hundreds of thousands of federal employees not getting their paychecks and work that's not being done all around this country," she said. "Those are the issues we need to worry about, and that's where we need to focus."
"Across this country wages are flat, across this country the cost of health care, the cost of sending your kids to college, the cost of housing, the cost of retirement are going up, up, up," continued Warren. "Those are the things that matter to hard working families, and the reason that those things are happening are because of bad decisions being made right now in Washington."
Trump has routinely gone after Warren for her Native claim, mockingly calling her "Pocahontas." He pressed the senator so hard, that she was all but forced to take a DNA test, which, again, did not turn out so well for her.
Before the DNA test, Warren long offensively cited her grandfather's "high cheek bones" as evidence of her Native heritage. She also touted alleged family recipes, which some say have been ripped off, in a cookbook she co-authored amazingly called "Pow Wow Chow."
"Massachusetts Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren is yet again in hot water after new allegations have surfaced that she plagiarized her 'Cherokee' recipes in the book Pow Wow Chow from the New York Times and other publications," reported The Daily Mail.
One thing is certain: Warren can deflect all she'd like with reporters for the moment, but President Trump will not let up ripping the senator for her much-criticized claim.
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