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Donald Trump addressing his opponent with a racial slur

President Donald Trump used a racial slur to reveal who he thinks his 2020 presidential opponent will be – liberal Senator Elizabeth Warren.

During a speech made to the NRA in Atlanta, the president said “It may be Pocahontas,”

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Mr Trump made the prediction at a speech to the National Rifle Association, referring to the senator by a nickname he gave her last year that some say is racially insensitive.

Ms Elizabeth Warren has been discussed as a potential 2020 candidate before and was considered to be one of the most effective foils for Mr Trump in the 2016 campaign.

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Before Hillary Clinton even won the Democratic nomination last year, Ms Warren had stood up to make a name for herself as a tough opponent to Mr Trump.

The senator from Massachusetts hasn’t warmed to the man who has become her president since.

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The former Harvard professor who has positioned herself largely as an anti-Wall Street and pro-banking regulations senator frequently characterizes Mr Trump as a billionaire false populist who is taking advantage of working class voters.

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When asked, Ms Warren has generally ducked questions of a potential 2020 run, which has fueled some speculation that she may have plans to announce a bid after her reelection. She also recently published a new book. That book, titled This Fight Is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America’s Middle Class, has led some to wonder if she intends on using it as a launch pad for a White House bid.

Mr Trump, who is well-known for coming up with nicknames for his political foes on the campaign trail, started calling Ms Warren “Pocahontas” after he learned that she has some Native American heritage.

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While her heritage has been disputed since then, Ms Elizabeth Warren contends that she has never furthered her career by using that heritage to her advantage in any way.

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