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Donald Trump Says Elizabeth Warren Didn't Win Because 'She's a Very Mean Person' and People Did Not Hold Back

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After over a year of a hard-fought campaign for the Democratic nomination for President, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) announced she'd be suspending her campaign.

Praise and gratitude immediately began pouring out to the Senator, with #ThankYouElizabeth shooting to the top of Twitter's trending list and candidates from other campaigns publicly commending her.


While talking to reporters about her decision, Warren was asked if she believed sexism played a role in the campaign, given that Warren was the last serious woman candidate vying for the 2020 nomination.

The Senator responded:

"If you say, 'Yeah, there was sexism in this race,' everyone says, 'Whiner!'" Ms. Warren said. "If you say, 'No, there was no sexism,' about a bazillion women think, 'What planet do you live on?'"

President Donald Trump, however, said that sexism didn't play a part in Warren's loss, but that her likability did.

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He said:

"No, I think lack of talent was her problem. She has a tremendous lack of talent...People don't like her. She's a very mean person, and people don't like her. People don't like that. They like a person like me, that's not mean."

It's unclear if Trump was trolling when he referred to himself as not mean. The President has frequently compared women to dogs and horses, he taunts lawmakers with petty nicknames, he's accused women of "bleeding from facelifts," called members of the press "terrible people" and enemies of the people.

Trump's venom is well-documented.







Twitter users leapt to defend the Senator.



Warren has said she won't endorse any of her former opponents immediately, and many of her supporters hope that she'll be offered a spot on the eventual nominee's ticket.

Warren's book, This Fight Is Our Fight, is available here.