Trump Supporters Mock Elizabeth Warren With Stereotypical Native American War Cry

The incident happened at a Trump rally in Maine on Wednesday

Conservative radio host Howie Carr brought up the liberal Massachusetts senator prior to Trump coming onto the stage at a Bangor, Maine rally.

Carr was referring to the first joint campaign appearance of Clinton and Warren earlier this week in Ohio. Warren has served as a surrogate for Clinton and has been praised by Clinton’s campaign for her ability to take on Trump.

The mention of Warren by Carr led Trump supporters to chant, “Pocahontas.” When Carr put his hand to his mouth and began making a whooping noise to mimic a stereotypical Native American war cry, Trump supporters began to do so too.

"Elizabeth Warren said, or maybe it was Hillary, she said the only people for Donald Trump are rich guys. Are any of you guys out there rich guys? I don’t see too many rich guys out here today,” Carr said.

Trump later took the stage but did not mention Warren. However, in the past, he has repeatedly mocked Warren, calling her “goofy” and “Pocahontas” on Twitter. Warren has said that she has Native American heritage, but Trump claims that she has made fraudulent claims about her background to advance her career. Warren has denied those claims.

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