Elizabeth Warren Apologizes to Native American Community

Democratic Presidential Candidates Attend Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum In Iowa

Senator Elizabeth Warren is apologizing to the Native American community for the controversy surrounding her heritage. Speaking at a Native American Presidential Forum, the Massachusetts Democrat admitted she has "made mistakes" and apologized for any harm she caused. The Democratic candidate for president faced backlash last year when test results found she was at most one-sixty-fourth Native American. Warren says she is proposing legislation that aims to aid Native American communities by addressing the economy, infrastructure and epidemic of missing and murdered Native women on tribal lands.

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