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When New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd asked Trump if “he had been chided by any Republicans” for his Twitter war with the Democratic senator, the presumptive nominee said, “You mean Pocahontas?”
Trump earlier this week fired off insults on Twitter, calling the senator “Goofy Elizabeth Warren.”
In March, Trump attacked Warren for saying she was part Native American while a professor at Harvard.
“You mean the Indian?” Trump said then when asked about Warren.
Warren said she “laughed out loud” when she saw Trump had called her “goofy.”
“Really? That’s the best you could come up with? Come on. I thought Donald Trump said he was a guy that was good with words,” she said.