President Trump kept up his ridicule of Sen. She drew some scorn for pandering by posting a New Year's Eve Instagram video of herself answering viewers' questions while swigging a beer in her kitchen.
In October, Warren released the result of a DNA test showing that she did have Native American ancestors a number of generations ago - a result that only egged the president on and also drew criticisms from the Cherokee Nation and others.
Trump posted a video on Monday which featured a clip from a live stream on Warren's Instagram page along with a caption labelling her "Pocahontas".
Trump mocked the interaction, describing it as a "catastrophe", especially when Warren thanked her husband, Bruce, whom she introduced as her "sweetie". "I'm glad you're here" It's their house, he's supposed to be there!" he added.More news: Talks between US-Turkish militaries to continue next week, says Bolton
Warren has been repeatedly mocked by Trump as "Pocahontas" because of her past claims that she has Native American ancestry, based on family stories.
At Wounded Knee in 1890, as many as 400 unarmed men, women and children were killed by United States soldiers. "Here comes another round of every racist, general bigot, and liberal with their hot takes on Warren, Pocahontas, and what makes a real indian". Bordeaux called Trump's tweet "racist and disrespectful", and demanded the president apologize for his "shameful and ignorant misstatement".
She released results of a DNA test previous year that she said showed "strong evidence" of Native American heritage and indicated she may have had an American Indian ancestor as long as 10 generations ago. She will establish an exploratory committee to test the water for a run in the Democratic primaries.
His attack on Warren, who officially jumped into the 2020 presidential race last month, drew perhaps the biggest reaction online thanks to its invocation of a particularly disgraceful chapter of American history.