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Warren looks to move past ancestry controversy with 2020 announcement


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SOURCE: http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/429181-warren-looks-to-move-past-ancestry-controversy-with-2020-announcement
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A spokesperson for the Cherokee Nation did not respond to The Hill’s request for comment.The controversy surrounding Warren’s past ancestry claims has emboldened her Republican critics, some of whom have suggested that she purposefully misrepresented her ethnicity to further her career.A review last year by The Boston Globe of documents pertaining to Warren’s legal career showed that ethnicity was not taken into account as she landed jobs at several universities, including the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard University.After The Washington Post published the copy of Warren’s 1986 registration card this week, Ronna Romney McDaniel, the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, wrote to the State Bar of Texas asking that the Massachusetts senator be disciplined for “misrepresenting” her ethnicity.Ferson, the Democratic strategist, said that Warren, like any other presidential candidate, was being made to examine for her past life “through a different lens.”“It’s frankly a good thing,” he said.But he added that her political fortunes will hinge, at least in part, on whether more information on her past claims of Native American ancestry comes to light.“I think seeing this in her handwriting on her application has raised questions again,” Ferson said.

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