President Trump pushed his line of attack on Senator Elizabeth Warren's heritage even further in a tweet on Sunday night, in what appears to be his most pointed - and cringe-worthy - hit at the Massachusetts Democrat since she formally announced she is exploring a run for president in 2020. "I'm glad you're here" The president said in a follow-up tweet.
In a follow up tweet, Trump called the video a "beer catastrophe". President Donald Trump has tweeted a racial slur about her Native American heritage.
Trump mocked the interaction, describing it as a "catastrophe", especially when Warren thanked her husband, Bruce, whom she introduced as her "sweetie".More news: Cameron church celebrates safe return of Jayme Closs
"Wounded Knee" refers to the 1890 massacre of Lakota Indians by USA troops, while "Bighorn" refers to the 1876 Battle of Little Bighorn, often called "Custer's Last Stand".
Trump tweeted: "It's their house, he's supposed to be there!"
In the video, the liberal firebrand had a craving for alcohol: "Hold on a second - I'm gonna get me a beer", she said, as she walked out of view of the camera.More news: 'Kingdom Hearts 3' Reveals Update Schedule, Day One Epilogue Patch Planned
After announcing her 2020 exploratory committee, Warren has made visits to Iowa and New Hampshire with eyes on a possible run for president.
It is unclear why Trump waited two weeks to respond to the video but it reprises his reference to her claims of Native American heritage. He even joked in July that he would donate $1 million to a charity of Warren's choice if she took a DNA test and it proved that she has Native American roots.
Trump often has derided Warren for her claim of having Native American ancestry. Besides advocating for reforms to health care, student debt, and the minimum wage, Warren touched on breaking news with a call for an end to the ongoing partial federal government shutdown, which is now the longest in American history.More news: 'Game of Thrones' sets official date for beginning of the end