Scarborough on Warren: People interested in their future, not your past
Added 02-11-19 09:57:01am EST - “MSNBC's Joe Scarborough said Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) shouldn't worry about people writing about whether she identified as American Indian on applications, saying "voters are interested in their future, not so much your past."” - Thehill.com
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MSNBC's Joe Scarborough said Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenKlobuchar addresses reports of staff mistreatment after launching 2020 campaign Klobuchar hits back at Trump: 'Looking forward to debating you about climate change' Klobuchar says she will kick off campaign in Wisconsin, alludes to 2016 controversy MORE (D-Mass.) shouldn't worry about people writing about whether she identified as American Indian on applications, saying "voters are interested in their future, not so much your past."
“It seems to me that Elizabeth Warren needs to stop explaining what’s behind her and start explaining what’s in front of her for the country," the "Morning Joe" host said to co-host Mika Brzezinski.
"I think she's talked about this issue enough," Scarborough said. "Let bloggers and let people on Twitter talk about what she wrote on applications 25, 30 years ago. Tell Americans where we’re going to be 25, 30 years from now. I’ve run a few times on a small scale, on a small level and I can tell you, voters are interested in their future, not so much your past."
Warren officially launched her presidential bid on Saturday after forming an exploratory committee at the end of last year.
The roll-our followed a report by The Washington Post about how Warren identified herself as American Indian on her registration card with the State Bar of Texas in 1986.
Thank you to the Cherokee Nation for revealing that Elizabeth Warren, sometimes referred to as Pocahontas, is a complete and total Fraud!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 16, 2018
JUST IN: Sen. Elizabeth Warren: "It's important to note, I'm not a tribal citizen, and I should have been more mindful of the distinction with tribal citizenship and tribal sovereignty, and that it is why I apologized." https://t.co/bDBOqojWaL pic.twitter.com/3crQ2IM0hk— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) February 6, 2019
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