Sen. Elizabeth Warren Isn't Running For President in 2020

Senator Elizabeth Warren questions Alex Azar during a Senate Health Education Labor and Pensions Committee hearing

Senator Elizabeth Warren questions Alex Azar during a Senate Health Education Labor and Pensions Committee hearing

Warren went on to reiterate four more times that she is not running for president, but when pressed by Todd would not commit to serving another six years in the Senate.

Last November Trump used the name at an event honoring Native American Code Talkers who served in World War II. "I know who I am", Warren said Sunday on NBC News' "Meet the Press", in comments carried by the Hill. But she's also been dogged by the allegation that she has claimed Native American ancestry to advance her academic career.

'It's a part of me. and nobody is going to take that part of me away.

"That's the story that my brothers and I all learned from our mom and our dad, from our grandparents", Warren said.

The high-profile liberal is often discussed as a potential 2020 rival to President Donald Trump.

Still, Warren says there does need to be a diplomatic solution with North Korea.

Warren, a Massachusetts Democrat, made her comments on CNN's "State of the Union" show Saturday.

"This is a group that is being injured every single day", Warren said.

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"All the senator needs to do is spit into a tube, wait a few weeks and get her answer", the paper said.

Despite winning the 2012 election, Warren has continued to address questions raised about her heritage in 2018. Saying, "I am not running" is a statement in the present tense and simply means that she's not running today.

Warren's response came after Todd read a portion of the editorial, posted on the television screen, that appeared in The Eagle's Tuesday edition.

"Look, I do know". And never used it for anything.

Although questions over her claims of Native American ancestry have continued to dog U.S. Sen. And he was head over heels in love with her and wanted to marry her.

"The way I see it, at the end of the day, what the people of MA said is they cared a whole lot more about their families than they did about my background", she said.

'That is just fundamentally wrong.

Warren then said that "more than half of all native women have been the victims of sexual violence", and the "United States government does nothing about that". We need to bring some attention to it and we need to put some resources on it.

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