Then the senator - who was hit with more revelations about her past claims to being an "American Indian" last week - got to her less concise iteration of Trump's famous "Lock Her Up!" chant that became a regular feature of his 2016 rallies, but this time directed back at the president.
Warren went on to describe Trump as "the symptom of a badly broken system".
The Massachusetts senator has largely avoided criticizing Trump by name since she announced her exploratory committee for a 2020 run for the Democratic Party presidential nomination on New Year's Eve, but on Sunday Warren's tone shifted. Are we going to chase after those every day? "Because that's not only how we win, but that's how we're gonna make the change we need to make".
"By the time we get to 2020, Donald Trump may not even be President", Warren said to voters in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, gathered at the Veterans Memorial Building.
By capping up the word "trail", Trump seemingly made a reference to the removal of Native Americans from ancestral lands onto reservations during the 1800s.More news: England routs France 44-8 in 6 Nations
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Warren came under fire a year ago for taking a DNA test to demonstrate her Native American ancestry. "See you on the campaign TRAIL, Liz!" the President tweeted on Saturday.
"He is just completely ignorant when it comes to Native Americans, Native American history", Haaland said.
Warren's campaign launch has been shadowed by the controversy surrounding her past claims to Native American heritage. Warren apologized to the Cherokee Nation earlier this month for releasing a DNA test in an attempt to prove it. It was a fitting backdrop for the longtime consumer advocate to advance her platform of taking a pickaxe to Wall Street. The crowd is also predominantly white, a demographic detail mainstream outlets have curiously not bothered to point out despite having done so repeatedly concerning Trump campaign events. Kamala Harris, New Jersey Sen.
Warren also had the gall to accuse the president of making hateful, racist, "dark and ugly" tweets while also hinting he might be in jail before 2020, due to "serious" investigations.
"Are we going to let him use those to divide us?"