Senator Elizabeth Warren revealed the results of the DNA test on Monday after Donald Trump repeatedly mocked her claim of Native American ancestry and referred to her as "Pocahontas". "Like most Americans, Elizabeth learned of her heritage through conversations with her grandparents, her parents, and her aunts and uncles", her campaign said. The largest Native American advocacy group has said that is why it has condemned the President's usage in this manner. 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. According to Trump, the Native American tribe revealed Warren as a "complete and total fraud".
In releasing the results, Warren referred back to a promise Trump made in July when he offered to donate $1 million to her favourite charity if a DNA test proved her Native American bloodline.
Warren acknowledged that distinction, and said she does not have any tribal affiliation and doesn't list herself as "Native in the Senate".
Warren said last month she would take a "hard look" at running for president against Trump in 2020, and her aggressive move to put her ancestry controversy behind her seemed to be another sign she will take the plunge. Even they don't want her.
Warren went on to lambast everything from Trump's business record to his refusal to release his tax returns to his economic policies to his administration's multitude of scandals to the inconsistencies between his rhetoric and actual actions when it comes to law enforcement, veterans, and patriotism.
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Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. said in a statement that DNA tests are not evidence to be used to lay a claim to any tribe.
The racist trope that a man was black if he had "one drop" of African blood was a pillar of segregation in post-Reconstruction America.
So should the notion that a faculty is more "diverse" because a professor's great-great-great-great grandmother was an American Indian. "What are YOU hiding, realDonaldTrump?" she wrote. Professors and senators, like plumbers and stockbrokers, should be selected or rejected because of their abilities and the quality of their work.
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. Those policies are defended in the name of "diversity" and "outreach", but they are the fruit of the same odious philosophy that justified "octoroon" as a census category or celebrated Warren as Harvard Law School's "first woman of color".