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Warren Says Trump Can’t Handle ‘Losing to a Girl’

Republican nominee sounds like 'two-bit dictator' after Trump's 'Second Amendment people' remark

Sen. Elizabeth Warren has emerged as one of the Democrats' toughest attack dogs against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has emerged as one of the Democrats' toughest attack dogs against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo)

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who has emerged as one of the Democratic Party’s attack dogs with the biggest bite, prodded Donald Trump, blaming his behavior on the fact that he’s “losing to a girl.”

Warren previously said the Republican presidential nominee sounded “like a two-bit dictator” in his Republican National Convention speech.

Warren reprised those insults in light of Trump’s comment that there is nothing anyone can do if Hillary Clinton picks Supreme Court Justices, “although the Second Amendment people, maybe there is, I don’t know.”

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The comments were interpreted by many Democrats as Trump insinuating that Clinton be assassinated.

Warren has become one of Trump’s main antagonists on Twitter, his favorite medium for insulting people. Just the day before, Warren unloaded on Trump for his economic speech in Detroit, saying that he shouldn’t be trusted with either the nuclear codes or the economy.

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