It took all night, but presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump slapped back at Sen. Elizabeth Warren Friday morning after the Massachusetts Democrat harshly criticized him in a devastating speech Thursday night. Hours before Warren formally endorsed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, she lashed out Trump as, “…a loud, nasty, thin-skinned fraud who has never risked anything for anyone and who serves no one but himself.”
“I really have no idea what that woman is about,” Trump told media outlets. “No wait, actually I do. It’s obvious she’s delusional and quite possibly suffering from Tourette’s syndrome. So, how come is everybody saying I’m the one who’s insane for running for president? Well, congratulations, ladies and gentlemen, you just got the female version of me. I hope you have fun with her.”
He added, “We’re going to have a lot of fun together. I’ll tell you something, I’m seeing a lot of love between Hillary and Lizzy, I’m really hoping Hillary will make her Vice-President. That way Pocahontas and I can enjoy these little battles. Because let me tell you, it’s become difficult to find someone worthy enough of arguing with these days, all the other candidates already dropped out. And I do so enjoy putting my opponents to the test. Maybe she’ll surprise everyone, who knows.”
“But I’m thinking it’ll be the other way around. She talks the talk, but she’s never been able to walk the walk. You know how the first settlers made America great? They kicked the crap out of the Indians, you know, Native Americans. Well, here we’ve got a similar situation: I’m going to enjoy beating this Indian and making America great for the second time. I think it’s long overdue, don’t you?” the billionaire businessman asked confidently.
“And all the medicine men in America won’t be able to help her. She can chant all she wants, there’s no changing what is already happening. But, you know, this kind of diversity is a good thing. It shows why this is the greatest country in the world. Of course, we became the greatest country in the world by taking it from the Indians. It seems history does repeat itself,” Trump concluded.