Warren Sounds 'Very Evasive' About 2020 Plans — CNN Reporter

Randall Padilla
March 13, 2018

But Warren is also unpopular enough in Massachusets that she doesn't want to give her opponents any more ammo by announcing that she wants to move on.

The Massachusetts Senator was interviewed on today;s episode of NBC's Meet the Press. Todd asked. Warren replied, "I already told you". My daddy first saw my mother when they were both teenagers'.

Warren responded with the story she said she had been told by family members about her parents - that her father's family didn't want him to marry her mother because she was part Native American.

But, the Senator refused to say whether she would take the test. They raised three boys, my older brothers, all of whom went off to the military.

Warren proudly boasted about the 60-some years her parents maintained their unity and explained how the sweet story has been passed down generations.

Suddenly it seems as if Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Kirsten Gillibrand and a bunch of other Democratic 2020 hopefuls can breathe a sigh of relief.

"If I don't win the election, [news] ratings are going to go so far down, they'll be out of business, every one of them", he said.

"This government is working better and better and better for a thinner and thinner slice at the top", Warren said.

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. "I did not mention her Native American connection because I did not know about it".

While the senator said she never used her heritage claim to get ahead, she has been found listed as minority faculty in university directories. Without documentation for her assertions of native heritage, she is not. I understand that tribal membership is determined by tribes - and only by tribes. How about that?' Trump asked the crowd. She wanted to be elected to another term as Senator and both her Republican opponent and the NY media were asking if she would finish her term.

In February, Warren directly addressed the controversy around her claims of heritage in a surprise speech to the National Congress of American Indians, where she promised to fight for issues of importance to Native Americans.

"This is an issue that's happening right here in America".

The validity of the Oklahoma native's claims have been questioned since her 2012 U.S. Senate run, and critics has accused her of using it to boost her career. "That is just fundamentally wrong".

"We need to bring some attention to it and we need to put some resources on it", she added. And we need to make a change, ' Warren went on.

"I am not running for president of the United States", she said.

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