Elizabeth Warren reportedly trashed White House’s John Kelly over his embarrassing emails
Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts reportedly issued a fiery statement against former Homeland Security John Kelly in response to a disparaging email he wrote in 2017.
In the email, Kelly described Warren as “an impolite arrogant woman” amid the fallout from President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
Trump’s travel ban blocked refugees and travelers from seven majority-Muslim countries, causing some of them to be detained at Logan Airport in Boston.
Warren demanded information from Kelly about her constituents in an email, but Kelly did not respond for a week and later reportedly denied ever getting the emails.
Warren then reportedly read the emails back to Kelly and trashed him as being bad at his job and a possible misogynist.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts reportedly issued a fiery statement against former Homeland Security John Kelly, following the revelation of an email in which Kelly described the lawmaker as “an impolite arrogant woman.”
In the February 2017 emails obtained by BuzzFeed News through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, Kelly mentioned he had the “absolutely most insulting conversation” with the Democratic lawmaker regarding President Donald Trump’s executive order blocking refugees and travelers from seven majority-Muslim countries.
“She immediately began insulting our people accusing them of not following the court order, insulting and abusive behavior towards those covered by the pause, blah, blah, blah,” Kelly wrote of his phone call with Warren, and in reference to a temporary restraining order on Trump’s travel ban.
Warren, who took part in a demonstration at the Logan Airport among her constituents, personally reached out to Kelly and demanded answers about the situation, according to an anonymous congressional source in BuzzFeed News’s report. Kelly reportedly did not respond to Warren for a week, and later denied she had tried to make to contact with him.
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Source:: Business Insider