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During a CNN town hall in Jackson, Miss., the Massachusetts Democrat was asked by U.S. Army Reserve Officer Brennan Breeland how she responded to critics who said her handling of questions about her heritage was “tone-deaf, offensive, and indicative of a lack of presidential tact.”

“Well… you know… I grew up in Oklahoma. I learned about my family from my family. And based on that, that’s just kind of who I am and I do the best I can with it,” the senator responded. “You know, there was an investigation, nothing I ever did or my family played any role in any job I ever got.”

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2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren insisted Monday that her disputed claims of Native American heritage, for which she later apologized, had no role in the advancement of her career.

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Sen Elizabeth Warren Bio

Elizabeth Warren (Elizabeth Ann Warren) is an American politician and academic serving as the senior United States Senator from Massachusetts, a seat she has held since 2013.

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Formerly, Warren was a professor of law and taught at the University of Texas School of Law, the University of Pennsylvania Law School, and most recently at Harvard Law School. She has been a prominent scholar specializing in bankruptcy law, she is among the most cited law professors in the field of commercial law before she began her political career.

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Warren is an active consumer advocate whose efforts led to the design and establishment of the United States Consumer Bureau for Financial Protection. She has written several academic and popular works and is often interviewed in the media about the American economy and personal finance. After the financial crisis of 2008, Warren served as Chairman of the Congressional Supervisory Panel, which was set up to supervise the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). She served as the President’s Assistant and Special Advisor to the Treasury Secretary of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau under President Barack Obama later. Warren saw her public profile shoot up in the late 2000s because of her strong position in favor of string banking regulations following the financial crisis of 2007–2008, which was recognized in publications such as The National Law Journal and Time 100.

Warren announced her candidacy for the Senate in September 2011, challenging the incumbent Republican Scott Brown. On 6 November 2012, she won the general election and became the first woman in the United States to be Massachusetts Senator. She has been appointed to the Senate Special Committee on Aging; the Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs; and the Committee on Health, Education, Work and Pensions. Warren was reelected in the Senate in 2018 and the Republican Geoff Diehl was defeated.

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After months of intense speculation, on 31 December 2018 Warren announced that she had formed an exploratory committee for the presidential election of 2020.

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Sen Warren was born on 22 June 1949, she is 69 years as of 2018. She was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States.

Elizabeth Warren Parents

Pauline Herring – Mother
Donald Jones Herring – Father

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Elizabeth Warren Race

She is White.

Elizabeth Warren Children

  • Amelia Warren Tyagi – Daughter
  • Alexander Warren – Son

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Amelia Warren Tyagi
Spouse: Sushil Tyagi
Children: Atticus Mann Tyagi, Lavinia Tyagi, Octavia Tyagi
Siblings: Alexander Warren
Parents: Elizabeth Warren, Jim Warren
Grandparents: Donald Jones Herring, Pauline Herring

Elizabeth Warren Grandchildren

Octavia Tyagi via Amelia Warren Tyagi
Atticus Mann Tyagi via Amelia Warren Tyagi
Lavinia Tyagi via Amelia Warren Tyagi

Elizabeth Warren Husband – Elizabeth Warren Husband Bruce Mann

Bruce H. Mann (m. 198
Jim Warren (m. 1968–1978)

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She met Jim Warren in high school and married in 1968. They however divorced in 1978.

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Warren’s net worth was estimated to be between $3.7 million and $10 million in 2015.

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John Herring.

Elizabeth Warren Height

Warren stands at a height of 1.73 m high.

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She enrolled at Houston University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Language Pathology and Audiology from 1970. For one year, she taught disabled children who were registered at a public school. Her qualifications were based on an ” emergency certificate ” because she did not take the courses required for a regular certificate of teaching.

Trump Elizabeth Warren – Elizabeth Warren DNA – Elizabeth Warren Cherokee

President Donald Trump is unable to let Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s DNA test go. A few days after Warren announced that she had formed a presidential exploratory committee, Trump took another swipe at the Democrat in Massachusetts over a DNA test she released in October that ” strongly” suggested that she had an American heritage.

The President tweeted a meme from the Conservative Daily Wire website on Thursday. “— 1/2020th,” read the meme.

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It is both a reference to the campaign of Warren and an (inaccurate) dig on her heritage. Warren’s DNA test suggested that she could have had an American ancestor between the ages of six and ten. But after inaccurate media analysis of her test, in October the president tweeted that Warren could be about 1/1,024 Native Americans.

That gained him three Pinocchios from Glenn Kessler, a Washington Post fact-checker, who concluded that while Trump was leaving fumbled media reports, Warren had less Native American blood than the average American blood. Nevertheless, Trump shows no signs of rejecting his statement. The test came back for Warren, who ranked the Cherokee nation. And now that she’s officially exploring a presidential run, Trump wants to keep the heat as much as possible on a Warren weak spot.

Warren’s DNA test, Warren briefly explained this fall following persistent questions about her claims to Native American heritage, including Trump’s challenge to take the test in July. The DNA analysis conducted by Carlos Bustamante, professor at Stanford University, concluded that while the ” large majority ” of Warren’s ancestors are European, the results ” suggest strongly ” Native American heritage six to ten generations ago. The results were first released by Warren’s team to the Boston Globe.

But the Cherokee Nation argues that this alone is not enough for Warren to call herself Cherokee, because it makes the difference to have a documented Cherokee ancestor, not genetics.

As Dylan Matthews of Vox explained in February, Warren consistently said that her mother is part of Cherokee, although Warren herself is not a registered member of the three Cherokee tribes registered in the federal government. Her ancestors do not appear on the Dawes Rolls, an official list of Cherokee, Choctaw, Creek, Chickasaw and Seminole tribes at the beginning of the twentieth century. A direct predecessor is a requirement for registration in the Cherokee Nation.

“Using a DNA test to lay claim to any connection to the Cherokee Nation or any tribal nation, even vaguely, is inappropriate and wrong,” the statement from Cherokee Nation secretary of state Chuck Hoskin Jr. read. “Senator Warren is undermining tribal interests with her continued claims of tribal heritage.”

Hoskin’s statement also said Warren’s DNA test “makes a mockery out of DNA tests and its legitimate uses.”

During the holidays, the Senator of Massachusetts explained what everyone has assumed for a while— that she plans to run for President in 2020 and has set up an exploratory committee to do so.

In September, the Boston Globe deeply examined whether Warren’s identification as an indigenous person contributed to its rise in legal academy. The investigation of Reporter Annie Linskey determined that Warren’s hiring at distinguished universities, including Harvard, was not affected.

However, due to Trump’s persistent need, Warren decided to clarify the questions.

“I won’t sit quietly for @realDonaldTrump’s racism, so I took a test,” the senator tweeted in October. “But DNA & family history has nothing to do with tribal affiliation or citizenship, which is determined only — only — by Tribal Nations. I respect the distinction, & don’t list myself as Native in the Senate.”

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The response of the Cherokee Nation to Warren’s analysis could not have been better for Trump, who took the statement in his own tweet with pleasure.

“Now Cherokee Nation denies her, ‘DNA test is useless,’” Trump said. “Even they don’t want her. Phony!”

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Warren’s test may have opened up new lines of attack. Warren clearly tried to put her Native American heritage to rest, but in doing so, she may have opened up new lines of attack which Trump and other critics can use. The President and Republicans have focused much more on Warren’s claims of indigenous American heritage than on her far- reaching policy proposals to clean up corruption in Washington, reduce housing costs and make corporations more accountable.

Warren angered at least one prominent tribe by taking the test. Instead of solving the speculation by responding to Trump’s challenge, she gave rise to an entirely new argument as to whether she should have taken the test at all and opened up fears that she had hampered her presidential campaign before it even came out.

The National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center— an organization that raises awareness of violence against indigenous women and families in America and the charity Warren asked Trump to donate $1 million as part of his DNA test bet — came to the senator’s defense this fall.

“We appreciate Senator Warren’s push to bring awareness to violence against American Indian and Alaska Native women and families, who all too often are invisible to most Americans,” the center said in a statement. “As marginalized communities, we often struggle to bring tribal interests to the center of the debate.”

The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians–one of the three federally recognized Cherokee tribes (the Cherokee Nation is another) –also supported Warren’s decision.

“Senator Elizabeth Warren does not claim to be a citizen of any tribal nation, and she is not a citizen of the Eastern Band,” said Eastern Band Principal Chief Richard Sneed in a statement to Business Insider. “Like many other Americans, she has a family story of Cherokee and Delaware ancestry and evidence of Native ancestry.”

Sneed said he believes Warren has shown respect for Cherokee tribal sovereignty, and “has not used her family story or evidence of Native ancestry to gain employment or other advantage.”

Warren and her allies try to restore the conversation to politics instead of continuing to focus on her heritage. But now that she’s formally one of the few big names in the 2020 ring, don’t expect Trump’s taunts to leave soon.

Elizabeth Warren Books

  • This Fight Is Our Fight
  • A Fighting Chance (memoir)
  • All Your Worth: The Ultimate Lifetime Money Plan
  • The Two-Income Trap: Why Middle-Class Mothers and Fathers Are Going Broke
  • The Law of Debtors and Creditors: Text, Cases, and Problems
  • Chapter 11: Reorganizing American Businesses : Essentials
  • The Fragile Middle Class: Americans in Debt
  • Secured Credit: A Systems Approach
  • As We Forgive Our Debtors: Bankruptcy and Consumer Credit in America
  • Comprehensive Commercial Law: 2016 Statutory Supplement
  • Bankruptcy & Article 9: 2018 Statutory Supplement
  • Bankruptcy and Article 9: 2005 Statutory Supplement
  • Teacher’s Manual for Secured Credit Second Edition
  • AIG Rescue, Its Impact on Markets, and the Government’s Exit Strategy
  • Secured Transactions: A Systems Approach
  • Bankruptcy and Article 9 Statutory Supplement
  • Bankruptcy and Article 9: 2017 Statutory Supplement, VisiLaw Marked Version
  • Comprehensive Commercial Law: 2018 Statutory Supplement
  • Unique Treatment of General Motors Acceptance Corp. (GMAC) Under the TARP
  • Prosperity, Peace and Respect: How Presidents Manage the People’S Agenda

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Warren started working as a lecturer at Rutgers University, Newark School of Law (1977–78). She then moved to the University of Houston Law Center (1978–83), where she became Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in 1980, furthermore, she obtained tenure in 1981.

Warren was asked to advise the National Bankruptcy Review Commission in 1995.

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From 1991 to 1996 Warren was registered as a Republican. Warren voted as a Republican for many years and said, ” I was a Republican because I thought it was the people who supported the markets best. ” According to Warren, in 1995, she started voting Democratic because she didn’t think it was true anymore, but she says she voted for both parties because she believed that neither party should dominate. According to her, the Republican Party was no longer ” principled in its conservative approach to economics and markets ” and instead tilted in favor of large financial institutions and against ” American middle-class families. ”

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According to the federal income tax returns* uploaded to her Elizabeth Warren for Senate website, Elizabeth Warren’s total income per year:

2008: $ 831,021.00
2009: 980,670.00
2010: 954,721.00
2011: 616,181.00
2012: 424,993.00
2013: 1,070,909.00
2014: 1,607,114.00
2015: 1,173,829.00
2016: 762,785.00
2017: 972,654.00

SNL Weekend Update Elizabeth Warren (Kate Mckinnon As Elizabeth Warren)

SNL’s Warren wants to be the woman you don’t elect for president – Jan. 21, 2019

We all know America will do anything to not elect a woman for president, says “Saturday Night Live’s” Kate McKinnon channeling presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren. All Warren is asking for, McKinnon continues, is to be that woman. …

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Kate McKinnon’s Elizabeth Warren Is The Prostate Exam America Needs On ‘SNL’

The 2020 presidential candidate told the “Weekend Update” desk she knows she’s not likable.

Kate McKinnon stopped by the “Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update” desk as Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) ― and she doesn’t care if she’s likable or not.

“I’m sorry I’m not young and pretty like Donald ‘Jackass’ Trump,” McKinnon’s Warren tells host Colin Jost, when asked what she thought about a recent Politico article.

“Am I likable?” she said. “Prob not, but neither is a prostate exam but you need one or you’ll die. This country, Colin, is long overdue for a finger up its caboose. You might even like it, so bend over America, and let Mama Warren get to work.”

Watch in the clip below.