‘Put on your big-boy pants,’ Elizabeth Warren tells Donald Trump

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Senator Elizabeth Warren (left) and Donald Trump.

Senator Elizabeth Warren didn’t pull any punches in the latest round of her ongoing Twitter war with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump Wednesday, dinging him for “whining.”

“It’s not rigged, [Trump]. You’re losing fair & square. Put on your big-boy pants because this is what accountability looks like,” the Democrat from Massachusetts wrote in a series of tweets several hours before the last presidential debate of Election 2016.

Warren also repeated President Obama’s criticism that Trump is “whining” before ballots have been cast.


“Anyone with children knows that whining about imaginary cheating is the last refuge of the sore loser,” she tweeted.

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Warren then said the election-rigging allegations are not new, calling them a tactic invented by the Republican Party.

Trump and his supporters have made repeated, unsubstantiated claims that the election is rigged as the real estate mogul has faced a drop in recent polls. Civil rights activists have called the accusations a thinly veiled racist attack.

Trump and Democratic rival Hillary Clinton will face off in their final encounter this election cycle at 9 p.m.

Warren’s latest barrage below:

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