Elizabeth Warren Renews Attacks On GOP Frontrunner: Trump Is Looking Out For Trump (VIDEO)
Elizabeth Warren tells Stephen Colbert the Democrats are on point while Donald Trump and the GOP have some serious problems
Earlier this month, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren broke her silence in this election season to UNLOAD on Donald Trump, calling him a loser, a failed businessman, a scam artist, a misogynist, a bigot, a racist, and a narcissist. Donald Trump pitifully returned fire by calling her “the Indian” and blaming her for the division in this country, saying he was the only one who could unite the country.
Last night on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Warren again attacked the GOP frontrunner saying that relying on Donald Trump to fix the country is like depending on an arsonist to save a burning house.
But Warren wasn’t finished, she also said:
“Donald Trump is looking out for exactly one guy, and that guy’s name is Donald Trump. He smells that there’s change in the air and what he wants to do is make sure that that change works really, really well for Donald Trump.”
Trump even admits that he donated to Democrats and Hillary Clinton in the past because he was looking out for his bank account. To expect him to be suddenly allegiant to the American people and conservative issues and not himself is a preposterous idea.
Warren also slammed The Donald for his poor business sense, saying:
“The truth is, he inherited a fortune from his father, he kept it going by cheating and defrauding people, and then he takes his creditors through Chapter 11.”
Many financial advisors say Trump would have been better off just putting his father’s money into an Index Fund and leaving it alone.
Colbert pointed out that what Trump did by filing Chapter 11 wasn’t exactly illegal, but Warren jumped in to say that if he had done anything illegal he has never broken the law “and been caught.” Big difference there.
Warren also doubled down on her prior attacks by calling Trump a “loser” and shamed him for centering his presidential campaign around “racism, sexism, xenophobia, and hatred.”
Warren also praised the Democrats for having the right discussion, saying:
“Between Secretary Clinton and Senator Sanders, they’re talking about should it be free college or should it be debt-free college. God bless, that is the right place to have that discussion.”
Warren still has not officially endorsed a candidate but has said she is “cheering on” Bernie Sanders. Much of her work in Washington D.C. is similar to Sanders’ economic message. But she said that whomever the nominee is, Democratic voters need to rally around that person.
Watch the entire interview:
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