CNN Reporter: Warren Sounds 'Very Evasive' About 2020 Plans

CNN Reporter: Warren Sounds 'Very Evasive' About 2020 Plans

CNN Reporter: Warren Sounds 'Very Evasive' About 2020 Plans

"I went to speak to Native American tribal leaders and I made a promise to them that every time President Trump wants to try to throw out some kind of racial slur, he wants to attack me, I'm going to use it as a chance to lift up their stories", she told CNN. Asked if she will, Warren instead talked about her family and Native American issues.

When asked on Sunday morning's "Meet the Press with Chuck Todd" if she would "pledge" to voters to serve out a full six-year term representing Massachusetts, Warren repeatedly avoided the question, while insisting she is not running for president.

"For these reasons, those who wish her ill will never allow the Native American question to recede; Sen". "It's a part of me, and nobody's going to take that part of me away".

"That's the story that my brothers and I all learned from our mom and our dad, from our grandparents", Warren said.

"Never got any benefit from it anywhere", Warren said of her ancestry on NBC's "Meet the Press". 'My mother and daddy were born and raised in Oklahoma. Warren said her constituents have moved on from the issue.

Warren has been a rumored potential 2020 candidate, though on Saturday she denied that she plans to run.

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Warren went on to divulge details about her parents' insane love for one another, while touching base on the challenges they faced and explaining how her father's parents frowned upon her mother's descent.

She went on to relate her parents' story. "I am running for the United States Senate".

"I do know. I know who I am". When the claim emerged as a flash point in her 2012 Senate race, Charles Fried, a Harvard Law School professor who recruited her, said her ethnic status had nothing to do with how she got the job. She wanted to be elected to another term as Senator and both her Republican opponent and the NY media were asking if she would finish her term.

'That is just fundamentally wrong. We need to bring some attention to it and we need to put some resources on it.

Warren then said that "more than half of all native women have been the victims of sexual violence", and the "United States government does nothing about that".

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