Trump: Running against Elizabeth Warren in 2020 would be a 'dream'

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By: Lindsey Granger

With the 2016 election only months behind us, President Trump is already looking toward 2020, and he has his eye on one "dream" opponent.

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During an interview that aired Saturday night on FOX News, Trump welcomed the idea of Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren launching a presidential bid against him.

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Trump said it would be a "dream come true" and that he would come out ahead.

"I think she'd lose so badly," he said, adding, "I think, honestly, I think she hurt Hillary Clinton so badly."

Trump is claiming that the Democratic senator had too much "anger" in her heart while stumping for Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election season.

The president went on to say, "Pocahontas would not be proud of her...," using the campaign trail moniker he used for the senator after she was scrutinized for her claims of Native American heritage.

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