Pocahontas Descendant Calls on Warren to Apologize

Trump calls Elizabeth Warren ‘total fraud,’ offers to give DNA test himself

Canadian academic critical of U.S. senator's DNA claim to Indigenous identity

Warren has also repeatedly told a story about how her parents had to elope in 1932 because her paternal grandparents were racist toward her mother's Cherokee Indian blood. But that means she only would be between 1/64 and 1/1024 Native American-possibly less than the average European American, according to one 2014 study.

"Your viewers need to understand how deceptive Elizabeth Warren was".

But the results showing only a trace presence of Native-American lineage swiftly revived scrutiny of how she may have used that backstory in her professional pursuits.

The Boston Globe said the test revealed the potential for a Native American ancestor in her family tree six to 10 generations ago.

The tweet featured a photo of Hatch looking at his phone next to a photo of fictional results, which said Hatch was 1/1032nd T-Rex and "the rest: other dinosaurs". She understands that the Democratic base wants her to attack Trump on every front, and to fight every battle - and she thinks that the media will side with her no matter what she does.

Readers will know the background already: Elizabeth Warren claimed to be Native American while she was a law professor at Harvard despite (a) appearing about as Anglo-white as one can appear and (b) having scant evidence that her claim of Native American heritage was true.

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In other words, she ain't Native American, as the term is normally understood.

Trump has repeatedly mocked Warren using the nickname "Pocahontas" due to the MA politician's claims to native ancestry. "Senator Warren is undermining tribal interests with her continued claims of tribal heritage", said Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin, Jr.

When "Fox and Friends" co-host Ainsley Earhardt asked Mullin if he was "offended" by Warren's attempt to use her Native American heritage "to try to win elections".

That's not good enough for some critics, most prominently Trump, who in utilizing his remarkable talent for turning schoolyard slurs into political ammo against his rivals dubbed Warren "Pocahontas", after the Native American woman in colonial Virginia whose memory deserves better treatment than this.

Despite putting Warren once again on defense, the furor over the DNA test serves to deal with the hard subject well before the potential launch of a widely expected 2020 presidential run. She added that "they feel disappointed, and at this point she [Warren] needs to come back and apologize to everybody for what she's done". "The tribes and only the tribes determine citizenship", said Warren in the Globe interview. In a news briefing later in Georgia, he answered the Warren question with a new condition: "I'll only do it if I can test her personally, OK?"

Warren released her results to prove her Native American ancestry. "We're not trying to play politics here either". As a former professor at Harvard Law School, Warren had listed herself as a member of a minority group in a law school directory, the New York Times reported. "What are YOU hiding, @realDonaldTrump?" she wrote.

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