Elizabeth Warren in the years since her 2012 campaign, the Massachusetts Democrat this week said she doesn't plan on proving her heritage with a DNA test. "I am running for the United States Senate in 2018 MA, whoo-hoo". "But what I did a couple of weeks ago is I went to talk to the leaders of the native tribes across the country". "I know who I am", Warren responded.
Asked repeatedly if she would serve a full six-year term if re-elected, Warren said she was not running for president and would fight "for the people of MA, and for the people across this country".
"So look, I am not running for president of the United States", Warren said, per the Boston Globe.
The editorial referred to questions about whether Warren used a false claim of Native American heritage to further her academic career being her "Achilles' heel", and suggested that her political opponents will never let the issue fade until she either proves them wrong or admits an error. She said "no one" could take that away from her. "And never used it for anything".
On "Meet the Press", Warren repeated the back story of how her parents met in Oklahoma where Warren grew up, indicating she has no reason to doubt her family's oral history.
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Warren, speaking later on CNN, noted that she spoke to a group of Native Americans last month to say she'd fight for them when Trump uses the slur. The issue not only hangs over Warren's Senate reelection campaign, but is all but certain to be a focus should the two face off in the presidential election campaign.
"We especially appreciate her remarks about how this government owes its native citizens 'a fighting chance to build stronger communities and a brighter future - starting with a more prosperous economic future on tribal lands, '" Cromwell said.
Harvard Law School professor Charles Fried, who helped recruit Warren, has called any suggestion she enjoyed an affirmative-action benefit "nonsense".
The speech was a clear attempt to put the controversy around her claims of heritage to rest and potentially another sign of 2020 presidential ambitions. "I did not mention her Native American connection because I did not know about it".