Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren was questioned last night about her long-standing claims about the heritage of the Native Americans, especially if it was "deaf and pointed to a lack of tactics by the President."
and "learned about my family from my family."
"Based on that," Warren said, "that's me."
But then she added that she had been in nearly three dozen city halls – and people she talks with more care, she suggested, "about what happens to their lives every day and what they like accommodation, education and Health care touched. " I will stay in this fight and I will do it for you. I will fight it with my whole heart. I will do my best.
About this heritage allegations : Their allegations have shaped their political careers and provided food for President Trump's attacks, their use of DNA testing to confirm their limited native roots over the past year , has been heavily criticized by some Native American groups.
Before Warren announced her presidential candidacy in January, she was also burdened with new questions about her earlier claims to the Native American heritage, the Washington Post reported that Warren wrote in 1
The revelation sparked another public apology from Warren.  19659008]