Trump Supporters Surround Elizabeth Warren Chanting 'Stop the Impeachment Pocahontas'
2020 hopeful is caught in awkward moment when she arrives at airport
When Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) arrived at a Reno airport, she was shocked to find a group of Trump supporters demanding her “stop the impeachment” of President Donald Trump, according to a video posted by the Nevada GOP on Wednesday.
The video was posted by the Nevada GOP on Wednesday, showing the Trump supporters surrounding the 2020 hopeful, holding signs and shouting, “Stop the impeachment” and “don’t impeach" as she quickly tied to get to her vehicle.
One individual could be heard calling her “Pocahontas.”
“Nevadans greeted @ewarren in Reno and let them know exactly how they feel about the Democrats’ despicable attempt to impeach @realDonaldTrump and undo the 2016 election,” the Nevada GOP wrote:
Warren has openly expressed support for the Democrats’ partisan impeachment inquiry, declaring last week, “The House must impeach. It must start today."
She told CNN's Outfront previous week that she hoped the impeachment inquiry would be complete before voting begins next year.
“Oh, I hope that it is. I’d like to see us get to the bottom of this as quickly as possible,” she said.
In August, Warren said Trump needs to take responsibility for his racist 'rhetoric' while responding to questions over why she branded the president a white supremacist.
Nevadans greeted @ewarren in Reno and let them know exactly how they feel about the Democrats’ despicable attempt to impeach @realDonaldTrump and undo the 2016 election.— Nevada GOP (@NVGOP) October 2, 2019
Join us and FIGHT BACK. Tell the Left to Impeach THIS ➡️ https://t.co/clr2NQb5rW pic.twitter.com/Pa5NykDJwy
The House must impeach. It must start today.— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) September 24, 2019
“He’s a man who cozies up to the white supremacists; he calls them fine fellows, he’s talked about trying to get brown people and black people out of this country, he’s talked about shithole countries," the presidential candidate said.
"This is what he’s done. The wink and a nod,” she added during a campaign stop at a farm in Harlan, Iowa.
"And he can’t have it both ways. He can’t keep trying to stir this up, give aid and comfort, be embraced by the white supremacists, and then say, ‘Oh, but not me.’ No, he’s responsible. He’s the president of the United States.”
Even as far back as 2018, Warren called on senior Trump Administration officials to invoke the 25th Amendment, saying "it's time" to remove the president from office.
Before Warren announced her presidential run, she told CNN, “If senior administration officials think the President of the United States is not able to do his job, then they should invoke the 25th Amendment.”