Watch: Trump Invokes “Pocahontas” Nickname for Warren in NRA Speech

President Donald Trump had a little fun at the expense of Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren while speaking at the National Rifle Association’s annual conference Friday, and it only took one word to humiliate the Democrat politician.

Trump was speaking about the 2020 election and speculated that Democrats might show up at NRA events looking for the group’s support.

“I have a feeling that in the next election, you’re going to be swamped with candidates, but you’re not going to be wasting your time,” Trump said, adding that members of the audience would simply tell Democrats “no, thank you.”

“It may be Pocahontas. Remember that,” he said as the audience erupted with laughter.

“She is not big for the NRA, that I can tell you,” he said.



It’s not the first time Trump has called Warren “Pocahontas,” and it probably won’t be the last he takes a jab at her controversial claim of Native American heritage.

This kind of remark, well word, always seems to get the left riled up, which is particularly fun to watch — especially when it comes to Warren and her multi-level hypocrisy. She is one of the biggest phonies of the Democrat Party, and no one should ever forget how she has worked the system in her favor.

Warren has attempted to become a thorn in Trump’s side with attacks on almost every choice he makes, but her energy is generally wasted because she can’t seem to stump Trump.

During the campaign, the two often became embroiled in Twitter spats that ended up making Warren look bad, to which she would play the victim card — just like we would expect a Democrat to do.

Warren has not expressed that she would throw her hat in the ring for the 2020 election but, boy, would be an entertaining campaign if she did.

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