Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) slammed presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump Donald John TrumpTrump: Dems playing destructive ‘con game’ with Kavanaugh Several Yale Law classmates who backed Kavanaugh call for misconduct investigation Freedom Caucus calls on Rosenstein to testify or resign MORE on Monday for “disgusting” and “unprecedented” comments she made about her own sexual misconduct and accused him of attempting to silence her.
“I want you to know, if you think my words were unprovoked, or if you thought I was a victim, I want you, you can call me on it,” Warren said at an event in New Hampshire.
“Because if you do, you will be silenced.
I will not be silenced.””
I was sexually assaulted.
It happened over 30 years ago, I was assaulted by a man who was very powerful, and I was sexually abused.
I am not ashamed of it, and you can ask me anything you want,” Warren continued.
“But my life is not about you telling me what I should do with my life, and your words have made me sick to my stomach.
I do not want you as president of the United States.
I want the President of the USA to be a man of integrity and integrity, not one who tells you what to do.”
Warren was responding to Trump’s comments in an interview with ABC News on Sunday.
“Look, if I was running for office, I’d be the most transparent person I know,” Trump said of Warren.
“She’s not going to be as transparent as you.”
Warren responded on Monday to Trump, telling ABC News that she is not “disappointed” in Trump’s conduct.
“He is not an American citizen,” she said.
“He is an American.”
Trump, however, has faced multiple allegations of sexual misconduct dating back to the 1980s.
He has repeatedly denied all of them, including claims from multiple women who say he sexually assaulted them.