Warren trolls right-wing conspiracy theorist

Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenOver 80 lawmakers urge Biden to release memo outlining his authority on student debt cancellation Kelly pushes back on Arizona Democrats' move to censure Sinema Fiscal conservatives should support postal reform  MORE (D-Mass.) hit back at right-wing conspiracy theorist Jacob Wohl on Thursday after he accused of her infidelity. 

Wohl held a press conference on Thursday where he accused Warren of infidelity. The event included a picture of Warren, with the caption "Cougar?" 

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Warren, in turn, promoted her stance on low-cost college education, citing her alma mater, whose mascot happens to be a cougar. 

"It's always a good day to be reminded that I got where I am because a great education was available for $50 a semester at the University of Houston (go Cougars!). We need to cancel student debt and make college free for everyone who wants it," Warren tweeted. 

 

 

Warren received widespread praise for the comeback on Twitter. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wohl was permanently banned from Twitter earlier this year after spreading a number of outlandish conspiracy theories.