Trump: ‘Pocahontas’ Warren Is Ready To Go Home!

VIDEO — Trump Fights Back in Fiery CPAC Speech

( – President Donald Trump is back to trolling Elizabeth ‘Pocahontas’ Warren following her disastrous New Hampshire performance on Tuesday.

In a Tweet, President Donald Trump said Warren was having a “really bad night.”

“Elizabeth Warren, sometimes referred to as Pocahontas, is having a really bad night. I think she is sending signals that she wants out,” he wrote.

He even slipped in a dig about the cringeworthy video published in 2019 that saw her sipping a “nice cold beer” in her kitchen.

Remember? It was the time she tried to appear natural and cool, as if she was Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on a live stream.

Trump’s tweet ended by suggesting that Warren was “sending signals that she wants out” and that she wants to go home and have a “‘nice cold beer’ with her husband!”

Warren’s New Hampshire results were particularly bad. Not only did she come fourth and fail to win a single delegate, but she also came behind fringe candidate Amy Klobuchar.

Warren received 9.2% of the vote compared to Klobuchar’s substantial 19.8%. That means Warren gets no delegates, and Klobuchar gets six. Perhaps the only big candidate who did worse was former Vice President Joe Biden, who came fifth with just 8.4% of the vote.

Veteran socialist Senator Bernie Sanders was the big winner of the night, taking home nine delegates and 25.7% of the vote. Former Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg came second with nine delegates and 24.4% of the vote.

If Warren wants to turn this around, she’ll need to find broader support in a party that can’t decide between moderates and a radical socialist.

In a speech after the results were announced, warren slammed “harsh tactics” used in the Democratic primary campaign. The increasingly far-left candidate seems to have forgotten the time she said Bernie Sanders claimed a woman couldn’t be president during a national televised debate.

Finding an excuse for her loss, she claimed, “The question for us Democrats is whether it will be a long, bitter rehash of the same old divides in our party, or whether we can find another way.”