Senator Elizabeth Warren focused on President Donald Trump during a pre-election speech in Iowa on Sunday when she was considering a raid against the president and suggested that he "may not even be a free man" in 2020.
announced his candidacy for the Democratic Party on Saturday, making remarks at the Veterans' Memorial in Cedar Rapids before a crowd of several hundred. The Massachusetts Senator argued that Democrats should resist the desire to respond to a "racist tweet, a hateful tweet, something really dark and ugly," choosing whether to take Trump into account.
"Will we allow him to use these to divide us?" Warren said, according to a report The New York Times.
"When we arrive by 2020, Donald Trump may not even be president," she continued. "In fact, he can not even be a free man."
When asked to explain his statements, Warren pointed out several an open investigation by the president, including the investigation by Russia's special adviser Robert Muller and two additional investigations led by federal prosecutors in New York and the Democrats who won the majority in the House of Representatives this November, will be ahead of this campaign, whether it will pursue Every tweet and an unpleasant statement from Donald Trump, or we will talk about what is broken in our country and what are our plans to correct? Warren told "De Moine" .
Warren's remarks arise after as President Trump took her on Twitter for a short time after she announced her presidential campaign.
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