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Tomi Lahren said Sen. Elizabeth Warren was being hypocritical when she accused President Trump of exploiting Native Americans.

Trump was criticized for referring to Warren as "Pocahontas" during a ceremony Monday honoring World War II Navajo code talkers.

Warren (D-Mass.) said Trump used a "racial slur" in invoking the late Powhatan princess in front of Native American war heroes.

"It's pretty rich that she would bring up someone using Native Americans to their advantage. That's exactly what Elizabeth Warren did," Lahren said.

Warren, an Oklahoma native, claimed to have Cherokee ancestry when she applied for work at Harvard University.

"She lied to advance herself," Lahren said. "She exploited Native American heritage."

Warren’s heritage became widely doubted on the political right, and her 2018 opponent, V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai (I-Mass.) sent Warren a DNA kit for her birthday last spring.

Ayyadurai later said that Warren returned the package, and he published his Amazon receipt as proof.

Watch more above, and watch reaction to the incident from Ayyadurai below.

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