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“This was supposed to be an event to honour heroes, people who put it all on the line for our country,” she told MSNBC.“It is deeply unfortunate that the president of the United States can’t even make it through a ceremony honouring these heroes without throwing out a racial slur.” Her fellow Massachusetts senator, Ed Markey, said: “What Mr Trump said about my partner, Senator Warren is a slur.

They said nothing and nobody laughed at the President’s supposed joke.He then quickly put his hand on the shoulder of one of the veterans and said: “But you know what - I like you, because you are special." Mr Trump’s comments were immediately condemned as racist by Ms Warren and others.“Pocohantas was a real person - her name was Matoaka,” she said.“It’s incredibly disgusting he would make a comment that reduces an entire demographic of Native American women to the name Pocohantas, in front of native men he was supposed to be honouring.” The White House sought to dismiss the criticism.You also must think that Swedish women hate their fellow men.

It’s part true, more Swedish women are interested in foreign men than they are in other Swedes.Donald Trump told a group of Native Americans there was a representative in Congress called "Pocahontas" - the racial slur he frequently uses in reference to Senator Elizabeth Warren.Speaking in the White House to Navajo Native American “code talkers”, military veterans who used their indigenous language as a code to pass messages during the Second World War, he said they had been in the country “long before any of us were here”.I’m a girl, an American-Indian girl, and therefore am not Swedish.But I have a few Swedish girlfriends and they all have opinions of their fellow male counterparts. Swedish guys have done a good job of losing their balls over the years, part thanks to feminism, part thanks to super tight jeans that served as self castrating devices.Asked if the word was racist, White House press secretary Sara Huckabee Sanders, said: “I don't think that it is.” She was then asked why the President would say something that was “offensive to many people while honouring the Navajo code talkers - genuine American heroes”.