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2016 Election

Trump Says he Would “Love it” if This Person Becomes Hillary’s Running Mate

Written by Philip Hodges

During an interview on the Mike Gallagher Show, Donald Trump was asked what his reaction would be if Hillary Clinton chose Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts to be her running mate. Donald Trump replied, “I would love it.”

Mike Gallagher opened his interview, saying, “Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren on a stage with matching pantsuits – bright blue pantsuits. And there’s Elizabeth Warren shrieking about what an evil man and horrible person you are.” Gallagher went on to say that would make the perfect Trump campaign commercial. He asked Trump what he thought of the prospect of Senator Warren being Hillary’s running mate. Trump said:

“I would love it. I don’t think she will do it. I don’t think that Hillary Clinton, ‘Crooked Hillary,’ as I call her, would do it. But I would love to see that. I think that would be the best thing that could happen. She is despised. She is a do-nothing senator. You know she is all talk. She has passed nothing. She is not respected by many of her colleagues. And I will tell you she is a total do-nothing. She hasn’t done anything. You know she talks a good game. And she used her Native American — so called phony Native America status to get into institutions and to help her career.”

“I always say I have more Native American blood in me than she does, OK? And I bet you do too. I think it’s a total ruse. And she kept Native Americans out of the colleges… She kept somebody out and she claimed she was Native American, and had she not have been she wouldn’t have gotten into those institutions — either schooling or working — but she wouldn’t have gotten into those institutions. She has no documentation. She has no documentation whatsoever mind you. It’s a disgrace.”

Donald Trump made headlines recently (has he ever not made headlines?) when he referred to Senator Warren as Pocahontas. A Native American reporter informed Trump that his comment was “very offensive.”

Trump later apologized in an interview with Bill O’Reilly. However, he didn’t apologize to Senator Warren. He apologized to Pocahontas.

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