WATCH: Warren Says “How could the American people want someone who lies to them?”

In a possible reference to her recent scuffle with Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren asked a reporter “How could the American people want someone who lies to them?”

CNN revealed Elizabeth Warren told Bernie Sanders after the most recent Democrat Debate “I think you called me a liar on national TV?”

Off Camera Reporter:

Is it disqualifying for a Presidential candidate to lie to the American people

Elizabeth Warren:

I would think. How could the American people want someone who lies to them? I think we just do our best every day. 


One Twitter user replied “Elizabeth Warren lied about being Indigenous for 69 years. Can we not do this?”

Stephen Miller blasted the apparent softball reporting with “Hi Zak. This is where you and other members of the press gaggle asked about why she pretended to be an American Indian for 25 years, or why she removed and vanished her DNA results which she said confirmed that, right?”

Per DailyCaller, few 2020 Candidates have been as challenged with the truth as Warren herself.

She infamously portrayed herself as Native American for years, even though she possesses a minuscule fraction of Native American DNA. In fact, Republican Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is apparently more Native American than Warren.

Warren told school choice activists in November 2019 that her children didn’t go to private schools — even though she sent her son to an elite private school.

“We are going to have the same choice that you had for your kids, because I read that your children went to private schools,” one school choice activist told Warren after a campaign event.

“No, my children went to public schools,” replied the Massachusetts senator.

Publicly available records show that Warren, who has pledged to crack down on school choice if elected, sent her son to an elite private school.

Warren also faced scrutiny over her changing versions of why she only worked one year as a public school special needs teacher after college.

She repeatedly said on the campaign trail that she was pushed out of the job for being “visibly pregnant” — but she told a different story before running for president.

“I did that for a year, and then that summer I didn’t have the education courses, so I was on an ’emergency certificate,’ it was called. I went back to graduate school and took a couple of courses in education and said, ‘I don’t think this is going to work out for me,’” she said in a 2007 interview at the University of California at Berkeley.