Nikki Haley: Trump asked if I was ‘Indian’ like Elizabeth Warren

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"I get it, you wanted an Indian woman, but Elizabeth Warren failed her DNA test", she told the crowd. At a white-tie gala in NY on Thursday evening, Haley, the departing United Nations ambassador, poked fun at her Indian heritage, her boss in the Oval Office and plenty more.

As many people have been making fun of Sen.

She poked fun at herself, her Indian roots and her boss, President Donald Trump, at a NY annual dinner on Thursday, at which chief guests are expected to skewer themselves and others. "So good night everybody!"

While speaking at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, Haley, who is of Native American descent, joked how the foundation wanted to have an Indian-American speak, but Warren didn't qualify.

President Donald Trump, Winston Churchill, and former President John F. Kennedy have spoken at the dinner in years past, which traditionally resembles more of a stand-up routine.

Haley also joked about Clinton and how she conducted her 2016 campaign, quipping that Clinton would be going trick-or-treating "everywhere" for Halloween "except MI and Wisconsin".

"He said if I get stuck for laughs, just brag about his accomplishments". "It really killed at the United Nations, I got to tell you".

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Haley, who recently announced that she would be leaving her ambassador role at the end of the year, cracked jokes at the annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, which is a charity event that raises money for impoverished children. "So this year, you wanted to spice things up again, right?"

"When the president found out that I was Indian American, he asked if I was from the same tribe as Elizabeth Warren", she quipped, referencing the Democratic senator from MA who released a DNA test this week that showed she has a distant Native American ancestor.

The Democratic senator from MA and possible 2020 presidential candidate recently released DNA test results that genealogists say show she could be anywhere from 1/64th to 1/1024th Native American.

"So I really am super excited to be at the Al Smith Dinner", Haley remarked. "As a member of the Trump Cabinet, it is a thrill to be out to dinner without being harassed", Haley said. "It's an exemption from prosecution - but as [you] call it, a "sanctuary city". "Actually I saw Jeff Sessions earlier today, but not in NY, I saw him on LinkedIn looking for a job". I saw him on LinkedIn looking for a job. "Actually, we both were".

"Jeff Flake was going to be here, but he wanted to give the Federal Bureau of Investigation a week to look into it", Haley said, referring to the senator's call for a week-long delay in the Senate confirmation process for now-Supreme Court Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh to investigate allegations of sexual misconduct when he was in high school.

"People always wonder if I felt different or isolated as an Indian American growing up in rural SC".

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