Warren took DNA test to rebuild 'trust in government'

Senator Elizabeth Warren holds a town hall meeting in Revere Mass. on Aug. 4 2017. Brian Snyder  Reuters

Senator Elizabeth Warren holds a town hall meeting in Revere Mass. on Aug. 4 2017. Brian Snyder Reuters

State Rep. Geoff Diehl (Whitman, Mass.) inside the WGBY studios in Springfield for a 60-minute Senatorial Debate sponsored and arranged by the Western Massachusetts Media Consortium and moderated by WGBY Connecting Point host Carrie Saldo.

"She wanted to get it behind her before the midterms", Allen said when explaining why she did the DNA test and announced the results at all, "so she could have a clean slate to go in".

Diehl appeared to try to use some of the backlash in an effort to chip away at her lead in the state.

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She said that trust in the government is at an all-time low and changed her mind about the test after saying no to being tested in March. She said she ultimately took the test, reporting last week that she is 1/1024th Native American. "She's been campaigning in states that are more important to her than MA", he said.

"I think this is a states' rights issue", Diehl said, adding that he is referring to medical and recreational marijuana.

Warren, a potential 2020 presidential candidate, claimed Native American ancestry in the 1980s and 1990s when she applied for jobs at the University of Pennsylvania Law School and Harvard Law School, a claim that has been scrutinized since she ran for Senate in 2012.

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Another guest on the "Bill Press Show", Politico White House reporter Lorraine Woellert, asked, "Here we are 13 days away [from the midterms], why are we talking about Elizabeth Warren?".

Diehl, 49, co-chaired Trump's 2016 MA presidential campaign.

Warren was speaking during a fiery debate with her GOP opponent when her harsh rhetoric was called into question.

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Independent candidate Shiva Ayyadurai is also on the ballot for the November 6 midterm elections.

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