The first shots of the 2020 presidential campaign have officially been fired.
After Sen. Elizabeth Warren announced her bid for the presidency, President Donald Trump took a jab at her mental stability.
Poking the Bear
Warren’s supporters received an email this week alerting them to the fact Warren is launching an exploratory committee.
Doing so allows her to raise campaign funds for the 2020 presidential election.
We have long suspected she was laying the groundwork for a run.
Pete Hegseth asked the President if he thought Warren really thought she had a real shot at winning the presidency, to which Trump answered, “Well, that I don’t know. You’d have to ask her psychiatrist.”
Pete Hegseth: Elizabeth Warren “says she’s in the fight all the way Mr. President, do you really think she believes she can win?”
President Donald Trump: “Well, that I don’t know. You’d have to ask her psychiatrist.” pic.twitter.com/sOzH6JZFrk
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) December 31, 2018
Warren is going to have some real credibility problems once the campaign season gets rolling.
For years, she tried to tell the American people she was a minority with Cherokee blood.
After finally taking a DNA test, it was revealed she has about as much Cherokee in her as the tip of a pinhead.
Test results showed she had someone in her family maybe six generations ago that had Native American heritage.
When the results were published, even the Cherokee Nation came out against her, calling it insulting.
Warren recently spoke at a commencement speech, where she finally admitted she no claims to be a minority.
The damage has been done, though, as that will more than likely be the single most asked question during her campaign.
She misled everyone to take advantage of a minority status she did not qualify for.
To Trump’s point, Warren lives in a fantasy world in her head and is hardly someone anyone can seriously consider to be president of the United States.