Sen. Elizabeth Warren Calls Donald Trump 'A Loser'

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Calls Donald Trump ‘A Loser’

Sen. Elizabeth Warren bashed GOP front-runner Donald Trump in a series of tweets on Monday, calling the billionaire businessman “a loser” whose rise in politics poses a “serious threat” to America’s future.


In an eight-tweet barrage, the Massachusetts Democrat and progressive icon not only used Trump’s favorite insult against him, she also attacked his business acumen and implored her supporters to help defeat him.

Warren — who’s made a name for herself in Congress as an anti-Wall Street and anti-corporate greed crusader — went on to attack Trump’s business tactics.

 

And she called him out for being narcissist, sexist and a racist “bully.”

But she warned her nearly 260,000 followers that while Trump is a “loser,” he could still win the election, which she said should be a concern for those who do not take him seriously.

In fact, Warren said many of the world’s authoritarian leaders started out the same way Trump has risen in America.

And she called upon her supporters to help defeat Trump in 2016.

When asked for a response Monday to Warren’s rant, Trump was dismissive, calling Warren “the Indian.” Trump’s comments likely refer to reports that Warren identified herself as Native American when she was a professor at Harvard Law School — despite little evidence proving her heritage.

Warren’s Twitter tirade against Trump came on the same day Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton unleashed similar attacks on Trump in a speech to pro-Israel advocates in Washington.

Clinton has turned her fire to Trump in recent days, after she amassed a nearly insurmountable delegate lead in her primary race against Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Some Democrats fear Sanders supporters, unmoved by Clinton’s candidacy, could fail to vote or end up casting their vote for Trump.

Warren has not yet made an endorsement in the Democratic primary.

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