Published On: Mon, May 1st, 2017

President Trump mocks Elizabeth Warren as ‘Pocahontas’ again, running in 2020

In the first presidential speech to the National Rifle Association convention since 1983, President Trump hinted that he thinks Elizabeth Warren will be running against him in 2020 and declared that his election victory was the bigger than any sports win ever.

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“I have a feeling in the next election you are going to be swamped with candidates, but you’re not going to be wasting your time,” the ex-Celebrity Apprentice host told the audience of around 10,000 at the gun group gathering Friday in Atlanta.

“You’ll have plenty of those Democrats coming over, and you are going to say, ‘No sir, no thank you,’ ‘no ma’am.’ Perhaps ‘ma’am’; it may be Pocahontas. Remember that?” he added, mocking Warren with a nickname he coined for the progressive Massachusetts senator during last year’s White House race.

She has claimed Native American heritage in the past, but at most is 1/32 Cherokee and couldn’t qualify to be a member of any tribe.

“But she is not big for the NRA, that I can tell you,” Trump tacked on to applause about Warren, who has ruled out or declared what many think is a likely run in the next presidential election.

Still riding momentum from the 2016 campaign, Trump on Friday took the stage to cheers of “USA! USA!” and launched into many platform issues: border wall and immigration, his strong Second Amendment support and his support of the gun group as a candidate.

“Big sports fans said that was the single most exciting event they’ve ever seen, that includes Super Bowls and World Series and boxing matches,” Trump boosted of his November 8 victory over Hillary Clinton. “That was an exciting evening for all of us, and it meant a lot.”

No guns were allowed in the Georgia World Congress Centre today while Trump was addressing the NRA, according to Secret Service.

photo/ Pete Linforth via pixabay

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