Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is infamous for using her unproven claims to American Indian heritage to advance her career.
Despite having blonde hair and blue eyes, Warren claimed — without evidence — that she was of Cherokee descent when applying to Harvard Law School. Later, Harvard University recognized her as the first minority female faculty member when she was 68-years-old.
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President Donald Trump has mocked the liberal senator, regularly calling her Pocahontas. Now, a Cherokee woman has come forward with Trump and demanded that Warren admit her claim was untrue.
“As a mixed Native woman, I get to relive the stereotypes that Warren perpetuates every day,” Rebecca Nagle of Oklahoma told Fox News’ Jesse Watters recently. “I’m not ‘part-Cherokee’, I am Cherokee. We are not bit fractions of imagined Indians that used to exist. [Warren should] take responsibility for her false claim.”
Nagle also complained that Trump should stop referring to Warren as Pocahontas, saying that the historic Powhatan princess was not like the Disney princess in the mainstream media.
“I call [Warren] Pocahontas, and that’s an insult to Pocahontas,” Trump said. “She’s a hopeless case.”
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