Voter confronts Elizabeth Warren over her DNA test. Warren's response is mind-boggling

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren D-Mass. speaks to reporters at the Massachusetts Statehouse on Jan. 2

The Massachusetts Democrat hired Brendan Summers, who managed the 2016 Iowa caucus campaign for Vermont Sen.

"But what I can do is, I can be in this fight for all of our family", Warren continued. "That is the reason why I'm in the fight", she told reporters. Price also pointed to the fact that Iowa's smaller population lends itself to "retail politics", meaning voters get a chance to meet candidates in church basements, coffee shops and school auditoriums.

At a rally in Sioux City, a questioner asked Warren, "Senator Warren ..."

Below are videos of her full speech and the complete question and answer portion of her event. "Anybody can look at it", she said.

'Yes, you can!' an audience member said in response.

Just five days ago Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren put her hat in the ring to run for President. The minimum wage should be able to keep a working family afloat, she said, and students shouldn't be burdened with $1.5 trillion in loan debt.

"I can't stop Donald Trump from what he's going to do", Warren said. "Not a nibble here and a piece there".

"I'm really interested in not just paying attention to what the candidates have to say, but also what marginalized voices have to say about the candidates", McLain-Meister said.

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KHALID: You're right. You know, Michel, the president, President Trump, has this history of calling Elizabeth Warren Pocahontas, right? Her first question wasn't about policy, but about a freakish stunt that revealed she does not have a strong claim to Native American ancestry. McGinnis was in line to get her picture taken with Warren.

The test performed by Stanford genetics professor, Carlos Bustamante, showed that Warren's DNA had segments that matched those of people native to Mexico, Peru and Colombia. (Well, she's formed an explatory committee, which is a bit like saying you're thinking about a vacation as you board the plane to Miami). The senator will hold multiple events across the state this weekend.

As if to remind Warren that the man in the White House looms large over this election, a Minnesotan Trump supporter was arrested outside her event in Storm Lake after a brief skirmish.

For someone known for her ability to rouse crowds with her takedowns of Wall Street and Trump, Warren ignited her audience in Iowa by promising, in her trademark style, to "persist". When one man grabbed at his sign, Thom hit him in the head with his selfie stick, leading to a swift arrest by security officers for disorderly conduct.

"We need a trade policy that is not decided by tweet", she said to cheers.

Warren's website for her exploratory committee addresses the controversy and compares questions about her ancestry to "birthers" who questioned whether President Barack Obama was born in the United States. Outgoing Maryland Rep. John Delaney is the only Democrat so far to have formally announced a presidential campaign.

His top choice is Sen. Warren. Although many Native American groups have objected to Trump's racist language, there have also been criticisms of Warren from the Native American community for identifying as Cherokee.

The candidate then turned the conversation to the crux of her campaign message: "What I can do is I can be in this fight for all of our families". "We need someone who knows we're going to be the ones taking care of the planet". We're looking ahead to 2020. Billionaires including environmentalist Tom Steyer and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg are considering runs, and Steyer plans to visit Iowa on Wednesday. It was Eliason's first time meeting Warren, who hadn't been to Iowa since 2014. They discussed immigration and mental health issues.

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