Chrissy Teigen called Trump a "dips---" after he mocked the #MeToo movement

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But then Trump took it one step further on Thursday, suggesting that if Warren were to win the Democratic nomination in 2020 and they were to debate, he would call on her to take an ancestry test.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) on Friday hit back at President Donald Trump for the comments he made at his campaign rally on Thursday about her heritage and the #MeToo movement.

"Pocahontas, I apologize to you", Trump said.

Unsurprisingly, Trump didn't mention these developments in his tirade against Warren and the #MeToo movement, which has brought to light the abusive and often violent behavior of powerful men, including the president himself.

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Senator Warren was referring to the US Health and Human Services Department's announcement that it will use DNA to confirm parent-child links as it tries to reunite families separated at the US-Mexico border. "Learn your heritage", Trump told the crowd. But here's the really creepy part: In the same breath, he mocked the entire #MeToo movement.

"Pocahontas, they always want me to apologize for saying it".

For those that think that Donald Trump's "Me Too" joke was actually amusing, here's a thread on the women who survived Trump's sexual harassment and assault over the decades. "To you, I apologize. I was one of the millions of women who was forced to have an unsafe abortion", Allred said, adding that she "almost bled to death in a bathtub and had to be taken to the hospital". You run into them on the street, and you don't even know it.

In a second tweet, Teigen wrote: "And why would you have to toss it? where is he going with this? his brain is eating itself". "To the fake Pocahontas, I won't apologize". "I have a feeling she will say no, but we will hold that for the debates". In this photo, Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) addresses a rally against Trump Administration budget cuts to education funding outside the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., July 19, 2017.

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