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CPAC participants see Elizabeth Warren as the most beatable in The year 2020

CPAC participants see Elizabeth Warren as a Democrat who Donald Trump is the beat likely to be able to, in the year 2020, he should try for a second term.

(Reuters)

An unofficial poll at the Conservative Political Action conference this week suggested that the participants see, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., as the Democrat you think Trump is probably the defeat in the year 2020.

According to CNN, the survey taken Thursday and Friday posed the following question to 75 respondees: “The Democrats are considering a run in the year 2020, do you think Trump would defeat likely to be?”

Among that small selection of, Warren came in first with 22 votes, with Oprah Winfrey comes in second place with 10.

Warren, whose far-led views to the left, the conservatives believe that she was unelectable in certain parts of the country, a regular punching bag of the President, Trump-who has the nickname of “goofy” and “Pocahontas.”

The latter is a reference that claims a long-standing controversy over Warren’s Native American heritage. During her 2012 Senate run, it turned out that she was touted by Harvard as a minority hire, after they had claimed, and partly Cherokee. But you didn’t know, a documentation and a report estimated, you could only are available in 1/32-Indians.

In a speech this month to a Native American audience, they defended their claims, and stole back to Trump.

“I get why some people think it is the hay is said to be made here,” Warren. “You will not find that my family members on roles, and I am not a member in a tribe. … I respect that distinction.”

WARREN ACCUSES TRUMP OF ‘LACK OF RESPECT’ NATIVE AMERICANS ‘POCAHONTAS’ NICKNAME

You are by your descent, say, say “my mother’s family was part Native American.”

Warren said the story of her parents “lived a part of me forever. And no one — not even the President of the United States will ever take that part away from me.”

According to CNN, a number of people have voted for Warren felt that she fit in, until bad with trump, or because it is seen as a rejection of their brand of left-wing politics.

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Cherokee woman Rips Elizabeth Warren for descent Claim

Behind Warren and Winfrey, respondees also voted for New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker, the failed 2016 nominated Hillary Clinton to sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and California Sen. Kamala Harris. Neither of the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, in New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand picked up votes — suggesting that the participants may be nervous, either of them, which against Trump in the year 2020.

Maybe something tongue-in-cheek mood of some of the respondees, the 2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, has sparred caught up with Trump on a number of occasions, two votes.

Fox News’ Alex Pappas contributed to this report.

 

 

Adam Shaw is a political Reporter and occasional opinion writer for FoxNews.com. He can be reached here or on Twitter: @AdamShawNY.

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