As the Boston Globe reported in 2012, she "listed herself in the Association of American Law Schools directory as a minority, beginning in 1986". In fact, says Tsosie, such declarations are often a painful reminder that Native American tribes were forcibly removed from their land, subjected to rape, and died of genocide. Falsely claiming you are Native American for years is bad enough.
With much fanfare, she announced on Monday that an analysis of DNA tests by a Stanford professor concluded she could have between 1/64th and 1/1024th Native American blood.
In part, the feud is driven by President Trump's promise to pay $1 million to a charity of Warren's choosing if she took a test to prove that she actually has Native American ancestry.
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Such a finding could potentially further excite Warren's critics instead of placating them. During the summer, she also released a decade's worth of tax returns, drawing a contrast with Trump's unwillingness to release his own tax documents. But Trump has made her dumb.
Warren's gambit coincides with an intensifying debate among Democrats about the best way to confront Trump in 2020. "Why can't Dems ever stay focused???" In her quest to prove her minority status in today's America, Warren exploited one of white supremacy's most painful legacies to her advantage.
"Trump also claimed Tuesday that Harvard, where Warren has taught law, called her "a person of color" (amazing con), and would not have taken her otherwise!"
Warren has been widely ridiculed for her claims, and their dubious nature was widely regarded, across the political spectrum, to be a major liability heading into a widely expected 2020 presidential run. He predicted he would "beat" Warren at being Native American and quipped that a hypothetical result showing him having Iranian heritage would be "terrible" - a remark he later called a joke directed at Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. She went on to request that the president send a check to National Indigenous Women's Resource Center.
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In a video accompanying the results of her DNA testing, the Massachusetts Democrat said she is not enrolled in any tribe but that her "family history is my family history". When pressed on the once-promised $1 million payment, Trump responded: "I didn't say that". Hours later, when asked about the donation during an appearance in Georgia, Trump said he would "only do it if I can test her personally". Everybody in my California hometown of San Jose knew that I was black or "black and Jewish". Now Sen. Elizabeth Warren is taking a page from Trump's playbook, hitting back in personal terms and calling him "creepy" on Twitter.
Warren was referring to the November 6 election, when Democrats hope to regain control of the House, which would put them in position to examine and possibly publicly release Trump's income tax returns.
The desire to "belong" to something that isn't part of your heritage is so strong in some politicians who apparently can't live with the fact that they were merely born white. Large media institutions have done more than anyone, including President Trump, to destroy their reputations with the American people. Identity politics made it possible for Warren to use race as a form of power to advance her career ambitions.
By talking about the issue at all, she is allowing Trump to define the early campaign terrain - a technique he used to fell GOP primary candidates like Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie last time.
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Commenting on how the tables have turned in the last few years, Scholes said, "It shouldn't make any difference but it does". Merson added: "If United do lose, the pressure will nearly certainly crank up again on Jose Mourinho ".