She called on Warren to 'apologize to everybody for what she has done'.
Warren on Monday released DNA test results providing some evidence of a Native American in her lineage.
Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren took the rare step Monday of releasing DNA test results examining her possible Native American ancestry, in apparent response to persistent criticism from President Trump and other Republicans.
Mrs Warren had previously listed herself as a racial minority for the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Directory of Law Teachers.
Referring to her by the racist moniker Pocahontas, Trump said: "She took a bogus DNA test and it showed that she may be 1/1024 [Native American, ] far less than the average American ..."
Native Americans also resented Trump's continuing use of Indian heritage as a means to mock Warren, a Democratic senator from MA who is widely expected to run for president in 2020. "It's like the Kool-Aid Man saying, "I don't actually care about Kool-Aid.' No no no no no - you jumped through my f*uckin" wall because you were that excited that I was maybe doing to drink Kool-Aid, and now I have to call a contractor to fix this sh*t".
After playing the video of Trump's promise, Goldberg opened the discussion by asking if the president "owes her some money".
What's unclear is whether Warren's DNA gambit will allow her to put the controversy in the past, or whether it endures in jokes and political lore. She is also reinforcing one of the most insidious ways in which Americans talk about race: "as though it were a measurable biological category, one that, in some cases, can be determined by a single drop of blood". Other Native American writers have similarly objected to the methodology and implicit message behind Warren's announcement. Warren, they say, "is undermining tribal interests with her continued claims of tribal heritage".
The Federal Election Commission reported Monday that Trump's reelection campaign has tucked away a cool $106 million since January 2017, when the real estate mogul took the oath of office, to be used in his effort to win a second four-year term in 2020.
"Using a DNA test to lay claim to any connection to the Cherokee Nation or any tribal nation, even vaguely, is inappropriate and wrong".
"There's a distinction between citizenship and ancestry".
"I feel betrayed because she wasn't. The generational range based on the ancestor that the report identified suggests she's between 1/64th and 1/1,024th Native American", the Globe said in its correction. Although the results from her DNA test are new, her identity claims here aren't. By acting in haste, Warren has both provided her opponents and detractors with fresh ammunition to use against her and potentially hurt her party's chances to retake one or both chambers of Congress. "What are YOU hiding, @realDonaldTrump?" she wrote.
Trump has bucked decades of precedent by refusing to release the returns.