Sen. Warren apologizes for Native American claims

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, apologized on Wednesday, for claiming she was a Native American on a 1986 registration card for the Texas state bar.

Warren plans to formally launch her presidential campaign on Saturday.

She apologized in private last week to the principal chief of the Cherokee Nation for “causing confusion on tribal sovereignty and tribal citizenship and the harm that resulted,” said tribal spokeswoman Julie Hubbard.

“I am not a tribal citizen. Tribes, and only tribes, determine citizenship,” Warren said, adding, “I have apologized for not being more sensitive to that distinction. It’s an important distinction.”

Kuhner is calling for Sen. Warren to resign or be removed. He’s started a petition for Warren to be removed from her Senate seat.


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Jeffrey T. Kuhner, "Liberalism's Worst Nightmare," is the host of The Kuhner Report. Read more


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