Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) isn't afraid ofDonald Trump,and she's not afraid of his Twitter followers.Warren posted a series of strongly worded tweets early Monday afternoon admonishing the Republican presidential candidate—even calling him a "loser." Citing his dubious business record and racially charged political rhetoric,she proclaimed him a "serious threat" that is "ready to tear apart an America that was built on values like decency,community,and concern for our neighbors," and rebuked Trump's "petty bullying" and "attacks on women."
Coming directly from her official Twitter account,Warren minced no words when talking about the Republican front-runner,saying:
Warren's sentiments come right on the heels ofa recent Reuters/Ipsos pollthat found half of U.S.women have a "very unfavorable" view of Donald Trump.Though Trump has boasted that he has good relationships with women he's done business with as well as with women voters,a recent campaign from Our Principles PAChighlighted Trump's longstanding history of sexist remarksabout women.Trump's appalling language could create a significant problem for the candidate if he makes it to the general election: Not only do women make up a greater percentage of the U.S.population,they,historically,turn out in higher numberswhen it comes to voting.
Trump has yet to comment on Warren's series of tweets.
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