Trump Giddy Over 2020 Candidate

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There’s nothing like the excitement of an election, especially when one of the candidates is Donald Trump.

Trump defied the odds and the polls when he dominated 2016, leaving leftists scratching their heads in disbelief. Then he carried the midterms like no President in modern history has been able to do.

A marginal loss in the House coupled with a gain in the senate again defied both the odds and the polls. Remember the promises of a “blue wave,” well, they definitely fell flat.

But now, sights are setting on 2020. The big question is WHO will commit career suicide while taking on Trump?

Laughably, Pocahontas wants in.

Perhaps she’s passed the peace pipe one too many times. Or maybe she was just drunk. It’s the only plausible explanation for Elizabeth Warren’s latest declaration. Now instead of touting her Native American heritage, she’s tossing her hat into the 2020 ring, while drinking a beer.

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It doesn’t take a rocket scientist or a fancy political analyst to see through this one. Warren is so desperate to connect with voters that she concocted a “moment” faker than a CNN headline. But don’t take my word for it…

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There’s only one thing funnier than Warren’s attempted relatability. And that would be President Trump’s response.

Could Warren Win?

Of course not. But her efforts are entertaining at the very least. In fact, if the Clinton’s want to start selling tickets to their tour, they might wanna get a pen and call President Trump. All they’d have to do is ask him about Elizabeth Warren and start writing down his responses.

The comedic gold would be enough to float the Clintons for three more decades if they were smart enough to use Trump’s material.

Of course, we know the Clintons would never be that clever. But I, for one, believe this video should be on the list of America’s Funniest Videos

When asked if Trump would like to face Warren in 2020, the President seemed giddy with anticipation.

Call the Psychiatrist

Trump’s right, we might need to call Warren’s psychiatrist. If her Native American heritage doesn’t showcase her delusions, than her willingness to take on Trump should do the trick.

Millions of people are wondering where the SNL skits are. But Donald Trump didn’t pass up the opportunity to jab Warren with his “bumper sticker.”

Of course that’s the PC rebel we’ve all come to know and love.

As Fox News elaborates:

The tweet was a jab at the Massachusetts senator’s widely panned effort to support her claims of Native-American heritage last year. In October, Warren shared the results of a DNA test — according to the analysis, “the vast majority” of Warren’s family tree is European but there is “strong evidence” she has Native-American ancestry “in the range of 6-10 generations ago.”

The results were initially used to defend her heritage claims, which had been widely disputed and earned her the derisive nickname of “Pocahontas” from Trump. But upon closer inspection, the results revealed that lineage to be tenuous at best. The estimate would make her between 1/64 and 1/1,024 Native American — possibly less than the average European-American, according to one 2014 study.

The rollout of her DNA test results seemingly caused more headaches for the possible 2020 candidate and fueled Republican criticism that she used the trace amount of heritage to advance her academic career. She denies those claims.

It wasn’t until her 2012 Senate campaign that it was revealed she claimed minority status at universities where she worked.

The Boston Herald reported in April 2012 that her Native American heritage was “once touted by embattled Harvard Law School officials who cited her claim as proof of their faculty’s diversity.” The article cited decades-old diversity records kept by Harvard. The Washington Post also reported that the University of Pennsylvania identified Warren as a minority, citing UPenn’s 2005 “Minority Equity Report.”

So basically we have a woman who couldn’t get by with just the girl card, so she tried to play the race card- only she had to fabricate a race to make it work. If that’s not enough to bench her in 2020, then let’s get the popcorn ready for the first Trump/Warren debate.

 

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