President Trump Donald John TrumpTrump signs executive order to promote artificial intelligence Trump's new Syria agenda worries its key anti-ISIS allies. Trump representatives consider Mar-a-Lago for next meeting with China: Report MORE said Monday that Sen. Elizabeth Warren
"I got a [letter] from Pocahontas today that says: Donald Trump, we want to investigate a company," that's such a shame, "Trump told Fox News host Laura Ingraham, referring to Warren as Pocahontas, a name with which he often insulted her claims to Native Ameri heritage. It is not clear which investigation he referred to.
"I said, just write her back and say that she has a conflict of interest "Okay?" he continued, "She should focus more on her heritage and not be ashamed of what she is."
Warren, who had officially announced his candidacy last weekend, publicly apologized for he identified himself as a Native American last week.
The comments on Warren came in the midst of a discussion with Ingraham, Trump investigating his business and possible collusion with Ru ssland called for a joke.
"What happened to me should never have happened to another president investigating things that never happened, like Russia, for example, and we call the Russophone collusion" deception "a joke," he said.
"The Democrats know it's a joke It's a political game Now the Russia thing is dead and they say well, we'll look at every company Donald Trump has ever been in. I'm great I've made a lot of money, now they want to go back and examine every business We have 79 different letters from different committees. "
A Senate committee and a special advocate Robert Müller Robert Swan MuellerSasse: The US should welcome Müller's decision to lead Russia as investigator. MORE both examine separately possible connections between the Trump campaign and Russia. Trump has denied any arrangements.