Voter confronts Elizabeth Warren over her DNA test. Warren's response is mind-boggling

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The Associated Press reports that Warren has already hired Sanders' 2016 caucus manager in Iowa, Brendan Summers, for her unannounced bid for president. "I wish her well", Trump said.

When her microphone stopped working at her first event in Council Bluffs on Friday night, she soldiered on, straining her voice. "He is so good at it, and so good at the numbers and reading the numbers and being able to know where you should go that you just have a systemic advantage having him on the team".

"Back when I was in middle school. a minimum-wage job in America would support a family of three", Warren said. "And it needs to stop".

"This is how it starts".

Hotchkin, a Des Moines resident who wore a pink 2020 Feel The Bern! hat and voted for Hillary Clinton in the last election, said he was now considering Warren and Sanders.

Although if Mr Trump was seriously challenged in a primary, history shows he would be unlikely to then win the general election.

But Trump has continued to criticize her and say the test was not valid.

Warren added, "What I can do is I can be in this fight for all of our families". "She's battle-tested, and she's like the tortoise that gets the hares", he said, even though he is also interested in other potential candidates like Joe Biden and Minnesota Sen. Scott Brown in 2012, and legislation she passed that will drastically lower the cost of hearing aids.

The former first lady released her memoir Becoming late past year and it took just 15 days for it to become the highest-selling book published in the U.S. in 2018.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren addressed the president's comments about her Native American ancestry head-on during a speech in Sioux City, Iowa, Saturday, giving a glimpse of the strategy she could use to take Trump on in the 2020 presidential race.

While Warren appears eager to take on President Donald Trump in 2020, she will have to convince others, including many in her own state, that she is the right candidate. Elizabeth Warren made key political hires in Iowa on Wednesday, signaling her intention to mount a strong campaign in the leadoff caucus state ahead of her first trip there as a likely presidential candidate. "It makes a mockery out of DNA tests and its legitimate uses while also dishonoring legitimate tribal governments and their citizens, whose ancestors are well documented and whose heritage is proven". And I very much appreciate the effort that folks here in Iowa put into helping us determine the direction our country will take from here. "I don't have any power to do that", she told the audience. Elizabeth Warren took the first major step toward launching a widely anticipated campaign for the presidency, hoping her reputation as a populist fighter can help her navigate a Democratic field that could include almost two dozen candidates.

Former Obama aide Tommy Vietor called Parcell's hiring a "huge, huge get for Warren".

For someone known for her ability to rouse crowds with her takedowns of Wall Street and Trump, Warren ignited her audience in Iowa by promising, in her trademark style, to "persist".

"It reminds us of when we were growing up", said Ed Slattery, a retiree from Des Moines.

Michael Bloomberg has been both a Republican and Democrat but has recently re-registered as a Democrat and says that is the party he will run for if he is to chase the presidency.

"This is just the beginning, I'm excited to see it start", said Lisa Koch, 48, an attorney from Council Bluffs who said she was a long-time fan of Warren's but anxious her gender, age or combative approach might turn off some voters.