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Warren says she has no intention of running for U.S. presidency

12 March 2018

"I'm not running for president", Warren, a champion of the Democratic Party's progressive wing, told "Fox News Sunday".

Warren has said she didn't use her heritage claim to get ahead, although she ended up in university directories listed as minority faculty.

"If I don't win the election, [news] ratings are going to go so far down, they'll be out of business, every one of them", he said.

In the speech, Warren, who doesn't claim citizenship in a tribe, said, "My mother's family was part Native American".

The senator said she believes the issue was "fully litigated" during the 2012 campaign when her opponent then-Sen.

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"Look, I do know".

Warren said repeatedly Sunday she is not running for president in 2020, pointing to her upcoming Senate reelection bid in November, although her wording appeared purposefully vague.

The full Meet the Press interview with Warren didn't air this morning but is available online.

The Democrat, who had reportedly claimed family ties to Cherokee and DE tribes, said she was unaware that the university had promoted her as a minority professor, according to the Associated Press.

Last week, an editorial in the Berkshire Eagle called on the senior senator from MA to take a DNA test to finally put the issue to rest, stating she has "nothing to lose but her Achilles' heel". She responded by telling the story she has told before about her family history, i.e. her father's family was opposed to him marrying her mother because she was part Native American.

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"I am very anxious that they're going to take advantage of him", Warren said.

"We especially appreciate her remarks about how this government owes its native citizens 'a fighting chance to build stronger communities and a brighter future - starting with a more prosperous economic future on tribal lands, '" Cromwell said.

Harvard Law School professor Charles Fried, who helped recruit Warren, has called any suggestion she enjoyed an affirmative-action benefit "nonsense".

An editorial this month in Massachusetts's Berkshire Eagle urged Warren to buy a DNA test for $99 to resolve the issue once and for all.

The idea of a DNA test has gained the support of Boston Globe columnist Joan Vennochi. In an age of hypersensitivity to claims of cultural appropriation, it's odd that she thinks her family lore ought to be enough to put this to rest.

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Warren says she has no intention of running for U.S. presidency