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The President speaks to Fox News’ Pete Hegseth about the Massachusetts Senator considering a presidential run in 2020.
In an exclusive interview to air, while Fox News’ ‘All-American New Year’ special of Monday night, the President of Trump proposed, that only in Massachusetts Democratic sen. Elizabeth Warren ‘ s “psychiatrist” know if she thinks she can win the White house in the year 2020.
Warren announced Monday that she is filing paperwork to take to start an exploratory Committee to run for President, becoming the first candidate to take the big step in the direction of 2020 for the presidency.
Fox News’ Pete Hegseth asked Trump whether or not Warren really thinks, you could give him a one-term President.
“Well, I don’t know,” Trump responded. “You would have to ask your psychiatrist.”
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Warren, a liberal firebrand who rose to prominence during the financial crisis in 2008, upset many top Democrats and Native American groups in October by the release of inconclusive DNA test results in response to Trump’s claims that she repeatedly lied about her heritage for affirmative-action benefits in your academic career.
The Cherokee Nation responded to the results in the time by the assertion that “a DNA test is useless, to determine tribal citizenship.” And Kim TallBear, associate professor at the University of Alberta, said that Warren ‘ s “look very like to a claim on Native American identity in a DNA marker inherited from a bygone ancestors is a settler-colonial racist understanding of what it is, Native American.”
“Elizabeth Warren, the first” Trump be Hegseth said in the telephone interview. “She was very badly to prove that she is of Indian origin. That didn’t work out too well.”
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According to Warren’s DNA analysis, “the vast majority” of Warren’s pedigree is European, and there is “strong evidence” she has Amerindian ancestors “in the range of 6-10 generations.” The Boston Globe, the means reported, you can choose between 1/64 1/1,024 Native American.
“I think you have more than you do, and maybe I’ll do that, too, and I have nothing,” Trump said, referring to tribal heritage. “So, we’ll see how she does. I wish her all the best, I hope she does well, I’d love to against you.”
Trump repeatedly mocked, Warren, you say India has a niche ancestors. At a rally in July, he joked, that he would pull a legacy kit during a hypothetical presidential debate with Warren, and slowly, it’s not hope, “that it hit, and hurt your arm, even if it only weighs about two ounces.”
Separately, Trump is again the top-Democrats invited to fix together with him in Washington, the ongoing partial federal government shutdown — but he signalled that a boundary wall is an essential element of every offer.
Audio of trump to Fox News: Schumer, Pelosi could have come to negotiate at any time’, the end of shutdown
The President speaks to Fox News.
A cross-party proposal to end the shutdown, among the most important senators, the deployment of 5.7 billion US-dollars in funding for the border wall, as well as a Congress-reauthorization of the Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is floated for those to the U.S. illegally as children, along with several other immigration provisions. Also there is talk about a special allowance for some classes of Central American refugees, to be granted more robust asylum Status.
“I’m in Washington, I’m ready, willing and able. I’m in the White house, I’m ready to go,” Trump said. He added that the Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer “you can come, you could come over at any time.”
The President stressed that he stopped to spend his plans for Christmas and new year in his Mar-a-Lago retreat in Florida because of the partial shutdown and signalled that he remains concerned about the some 800,000 Federal workers affected by furloughs and staff shortages.
“I spent Christmas in the White house, I spent new year’s eve now in the White house,” Trump said. “And you know, I’m here, I’m ready to go. It is very important. A lot of people are looking to their paycheck, so I’m ready to go whenever you want.”
He added: “no, we don’t give up. We have the border and the wall is a big part of border security. The biggest part of it.”
Fox News’ Chad Pergram and Alex Pappas contributed to this report.