Elizabeth Warren Just Dropped the Ultimate Truth Bomb on Trump

“Put on your big-boy pants, because this is what accountability looks like.”

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On Wednesday morning, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren attacked Donald Trump’s rigged election “myth” from two fronts. In an op-ed in the Washington Post, she wrote that following a slew of sexual assault allegations against him, Trump has been reduced to hollering that November’s election is ‘rigged’ against him. His proof? It looks like he’s going to lose.” She also took to Twitter to further rebut Trump’s repeated and unsupported claims that November’s elections will be fixed against him.

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