On Monday Trump claimed that he "didn't say" that he would pay $1 million to Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren apologize for claiming she had Native American heritage and called the results of her DNA test "bogus" and "useless".
The high-profile disclosure was widely seen as a means of disarming one of President Trump's favorite ways to insult the MA senator, ahead of a potential run at the presidency in 2020.
Hoskin said none of this helps the Cherokee Nation.
Never during her 2012 Senate candidacy nor during her term in office did she ever submit to a DNA test to assuage the concerns of her MA constituents.
His findings, released in a campaign video from Warren's 2018 Senate campaign that concluded Warren's ancestry is mostly European but said "the results strongly support the existence of an unadmixed Native American ancestor", six to 10 generations back.
Yesterday Warren released an entire campaign in an attempt to refute claims she faked her heritage to get ahead in her career.
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The "creepy" tweet was just one of more than two dozen tweets on Warren's campaign account Monday, covering Trump and getting behind Democrats running in the November 6 elections. Elizabeth Warren took, which showed she has Native American ancestry, is "completely irrelevant to the process" of determining her tribal identity, the Cherokee Secretary of State told NPR's Morning Edition.
She has also been a target of U.S, President Donald Trump, who had said that if she could prove her ancestry with a DNA test he would donate $1 million to a charity of her choice. She has previously cited family stories to claim Cherokee and Delaware Indian heritage. "I respect the distinction, & don't list myself as Native in the Senate", she explained.
Trump has continued to attack the MA senator and potential 2020 rival on Twitter charging Tuesday morning "that her claims of being of Indian heritage have turned out to be a scam and a lie" and saying she "should apologize for perpetrating this fraud against the American Public". That would make her between 1/64th and 1/1024th Native American, according to The Boston Globe.
"That will not be something I enjoy doing either", he added.
Trump's remarks about testing Warren "personally" elicited a lengthy series of tweets from the Bay State senator Monday night, in which she called the president "creepy" and a fake populist who "who has never known or cared what life is like for anyone who's ever lived outside of a skyscraper in Manhattan". "It may soothe his ego - but it won't work".