Trump says he’ll apologize – to Pocahontas! – for American Indian jabs at Elizabeth Warren as rally crowd sings ‘Happy Birthday’ (three days early)

Donald Trump said Saturday that he would heed calls to apologize after he mocked Sen. Elizabeth Warren with the nickname ‘Pocahontas.’

But the apology, he snarked, would be offered to the late Pocahontas, not to Warren.

  • SDMatt

    It’s actually Fauxcahontas.

    Or Lieawatha, if you’d rather.

    • Brett_McS

      Little White Lie?

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      • Minicapt

        Back in Apr 2012, the Boston Herald reported she had claimed Indian ancestry during her application for a position at Harvard. That’s when she was tagged as “Pocahontas”. After attempts to confirm her Indian ancestry failed, the nickname was edited to “Fauxcahontas”, and “Liawatha” added.
        DonJohn’s people haven’t kept him properly informed.


        • dance…dancetotheradio

          Liawatha and Fauxcahontas are inside jokes.
          Pocahontas is not.
          Double Cheers.

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  • jack burns

    Well I guess he’s not throttling back. Balls out banzai charge. Sounds like he’s figured out that the media will try and maul him no matter what he does.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      If I was Trump’s age and had accomplished everything I needed to in my life I would be balls to the wall, too.

      • Justin St.Denis

        I don’t think guys like Trump ever feel like they have accomplished everything they need to in life. I know I certainly don’t. While I say I am “retired”, my life remains a learning curve. I am learning a new language, learning a new business, and plan on combining both to my and my wife’s betterment. Meanwhile, my retired neighbour thinks I am a fool for cutting my own lawn, doing my own gardening, pruning my own trees, and building a gazebo on my property by myself. He tells me he expects his kids to do all that for him now that he’s retired. “They owe it to me,” he declares. I expect he will be dead within a decade at most, and we will attend his funeral if we still live around here.

        Most people dig their own graves. Sad.

        When your time comes, maybe you will decide to master those keyboards and guitars that you’ve been listening to most of your life! You never know………..

        • PaulW

          You’re fortunate in being physically able to do those things (as you know doubt realize): but many people – arguably most – who reach retirement age (let’s say 65) have moderate to serious health issues that limit their options for activities, their energy levels, and the like, considerably.

          Sure, we can all do certain things like exercise, and eat well, but in the long run there’s only so much any of us can do as our bodies – like everything else in the universe – inevitably run down. Of course, some fortunate folk are more blessed genetically and resist their bodies’ decline rather longer than others are able to. But I believe that they are the exception, not the rule.

      • jack burns

        I disagree. He’s at an age when the temptation is great to just try and enjoy the ride out. Who knows what’s driving him.

  • Spatchcocked

    I’m thrilled to find I share the significant “utmost foppery of our times ” with Derb and the Donald.