"By the year 2020, Donald Trump will not even be president," Warren told voters in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, who gathered in the Veterans Memorial Building. "In fact, he may not even be a free person."
The moment was a remarkable shift for Warren, who refused to accept Trump by name since announcing her exploration campaign on New Year's Eve.
Warren explained these comments to reporters at an Iowa City event and referred to the ongoing investigation into Russia's involvement in the 2016 election by Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller.
"Come on, how many investigations are there now? It's not just about investigating Muller," Warren said. "They are everywhere and these are serious investigations, so we'll see what happens."
When asked if she believes that Trump should be charged, the senator said it was important to first see Müller's results.
Warren, who repeatedly said over the weekend that bigotry has no place in the Oval Office, told reporters she had already "trumped" Trump for "racist" revenge.
"I do not think there's much doubt," she said.
Earlier in the day, the Massachusetts Democrat in Cedar Rapids complained that the country is in a "dangerous moment" and that "what happens in 2020 will determine the direction of our nation." Direction of our people.
"Every day there is a racist tweet, a hated tweet, something really dark and ugly," Warren said of Trump. "And what will we as candidates, activists, the press, do about it? Do we let him use that to divide us? "
The answer to this question was Warren To avoid the trap of being involved in any of Trump's actions.
" Here's how it goes: Donald Trump is not the only problem we have. Yes. Donald Trump is the symptom of a severely broken system, "Warren said," so it's not just our daily job to roll into the next election. We have to talk about what we do not understand in this country. We talk about what needs to be done to change that, and talk about how we're going to do that, because that's not just how we win, but how we make the change we need to make.
A Warren Campaigner told CNN that the presidential candidate is not planning on engaging in any individual Tweet or attack by Trump as the season approaches 2020. Just as she did last month, Warren will continue ignoring many of his "daily efforts to break up and distract", the official said, pointing out that Warren wanted to use her first event of the day to explain her reasons for this strategy.
Warren's prelude to the weekend weekend was that she was officially a growing field of contestants for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination, while the group fought for the opportunity, Trump joined
Eli Watkins of CNN contributed to this report.