President Trump moaned Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Over her New Year's Eve Instagram livestream Sunday night and said the video would have been a "smash" if it had been done "from Bighorn or injured knee instead of her kitchen."
Warren , 69, who had announced her candidacy for the White House earlier in the day, burst open a beer and took some questions from her social media supporters in an apparent attempt to channel the social media efforts of younger Democratic poles as Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Beto O & # 39; Rourke.
Trump revived one of his favorite nicknames to Warren and even jabbed her husband and said he should have been "dressed in full Indian robe".
"Best line in the Elizabeth Warren beer disaster is for her husband," Thank you for being here. I'm glad you're here. "" The president said in a follow-up tweet. "It's their house, he must be there!"
In the video, the liberal fire had a desire for alcohol: "Hold on for a second ̵
"Um, do you want a beer? "she asked, as her husband, Bruce Mann, briefly into the room.
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" No, I am sending a beer for now, "he actually came from the camera when he left the kitchen, he offered a quick farewell:" Enjoy your beer. "
Trump has often rejected Warren for her claim to have native American ancestors.
II October, Trump warned Warren to claim native American legacy as part of what he called "fraud" against the public and mocked his recently released DNA test as "false."
The test results showed that Warren is likely to have trace amounts of native-american ancestors, while using the results to oppose blame , she lied about that ancestor to move forward in academia, Trump and other Republicans highlighted how diluted the ancestry was revealed.
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At a rally in July, Trump shot that he would pull out an inheritance shit during a hypothetical presidential deal with Warren, and slowly throw it on her, "Hope it doesn't hit her and hurt her arm, even though it probably only weighs two ounces."
Warren visited the first primary part of New Hampshire on Saturday to provide a message of economic populism and pure government.
This was Warren's first visit to New Hampshire since she launched her Exploratory Committee for the 2020 campaign. In addition to suggesting health care reforms, student loans, and minimum wages, Warren touched on breaking news with a call to an end to the ongoing partial federal government termination, which is now the longest in American history.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.