Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) launched another attack on President Trump on Wednesday, arguing on MSNBC that he won the presidential election partly due to racism.

“Part of it is an ugly stew of racism," Warren said. "Part of it is Donald Trump tapped into anger. He got that people are deeply angry.”

"And people are right to be angry," she added. "But Donald Trump said it’s their fault — those other people. Those people who don’t worship like you, those people who don’t look like you, those people who aren’t the same color as you. That was a big part. He told a story. It’s just the wrong story.”

On "Outnumbered" today, Kevin Jackson slammed Warren for alleging that Trump voters are racist, when she's the one who lied about having Native American heritage.

"Leave it to a woman who faked herself as being an American Indian to tell Donald Trump about racism," Jackson remarked.

He said he's "appalled" that some on the left - like Warren and Al Sharpton - try to make every debate about race and accuse conservatives of being racists.

"We are not racists. We are an amazing group of people, and we're an amalgam of this country," Jackson said.

Meghan McCain agreed, saying that Warren is trying to play "cheap and lazy identity politics," and it won't work.

"People acted like women that didn't vote for Hillary Clinton were somehow heretics to their gender," McCain said. "It's a load of you-know-what."

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