Warren Faces New Fire Over Native American Claims

Dem's presidential bid in flames before launch

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., on Wednesday was once again forced to apologize for claiming Native American ancestry on a 1986 registration card for the Texas state bar, and left the door open that there may be more documents out there with a similar claim.

The controversy appears to be difficult for the senator to put behind her. She had been planning to formally launch her presidential campaign on Saturday. A reporter on Wednesday asked if she would drop out of the race and she responded, “Thank you.”

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Fox News’ Shepard Smith called Warren’s actions “cultural appropriation.” A Boston Globe columnist wrote flatly: With latest revelation, Elizabeth Warren can’t beat Donald Trump.

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