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Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D) accused Iowa Rep. Steve King (R) of using “white supremacist” rhetoric with his retweet of a white nationalist podcast host.

In a tweet Thursday, the liberal senator said she had “no words” to describe King’s retweet of Lana Lokteff, a prominent white supremacist podcast host known for opposing interracial marriage.

The article goes on to state the following:

“I have no words for @SteveKingIA and his white supremacist propaganda, but you should give to his opponent @Scholten4Iowa right now,” Warren said, referring to King’s Democratic opponent in November, J.D. Scholten.

Lotkeff’s tweet accused liberals including singer Bono of calling Swedish parents “Nazis” for having white children, and included a stock image of several white children. White supremacists frequently incorrectly accuse left-leaning figures of broadly painting all white people as Nazis.

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