Donald Trump Jr. Trolls Elizabeth Warren on Twitter

Elizabeth Warren had a chance to silence the doubters. Of course, she didn’t. After Warren refused to take a DNA test on her heritage, Donald Trump Jr. trolls her in epic fashion on Twitter.

It’s well known that “Pocahontas” lied about her heritage to use her fake minority status to her advantage and get a position over more qualifying individuals at Harvard University. In a 1997 law piece on diversity and affirmative action, Warren was listed as Harvard Law’s first “woman of color.”

She was also listed as a “woman of color” in the Harvard student journal that was posted in 1993.

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In 2012 she admitted that she told Harvard Law she was Native American.

President Trump rips her for these false claims regularly.

While on CNN she was asked whether or not she’d take a spit test to prove she’s an Indian. She dodged the question, which should come as no surprise.

Donald Trump Jr. didn’t pass up on the opportunity to make a joke out of the situation. Don Jr. tweeted: Why not simply “identify” as Native American. Problem solved. #yourewelcome

Don Jr. knocked that one out of the park. How hilarious was that?

Check out some of the responses on Twitter:

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