During a town hall in New Hampshire, 2020 candidate Elizabeth Warren admitted she should not have claimed to be of Native American ancestry.
With the bowling alley behind her, Warren confessed ““I shouldn’t have done it. I am not a person of color, I am not a citizen of a tribe. And I have apologized for confusion I have caused””
Bad WiFi so didn’t go full clip. Here’s where it cuts off. pic.twitter.com/GkJ5rhX4Rr
— Alex Thompson (@AlxThomp) December 6, 2019
Several Twitter users were quick to remind that Warren kept this charade going for decades.
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) December 6, 2019
One Twitter user mocked Warren by writing “Now that I’ve already reaped all the benefits I could from this fraud, and since it’s actually now hurting my current situation, I apologize”
Now that I've already reaped all the benefits I could from this fraud, and since it's actually now hurting my current situation, I apologize
— Republicrat (@MDJohnson22) December 7, 2019
Michael Lewis wrote “She based her entire career on it… Not quite sure a simple apology is enough in this situation.”
She based her entire career on it… Not quite sure a simple apology is enough in this situation.
— Michael Lewis (@myfanpleasure) December 7, 2019
Mike Howard wrote “She lied to gain an advantage, not create confusion.”
"…confusion I've caused."
She lied to gain an advantage, not create confusion.
— Mike Howard (@ElPolloDiabloX) December 6, 2019
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