Elizabeth Warren Was Asked Why She Went To Trump’s Inauguration. Her Response Will TERRIFY Him (VIDEO)

Donald Trump has a major issue with Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). This was apparent during his entire presidential campaign, when he basically had a meltdown every time Warren dared to criticize him or call him out on his bullsh*t. Trump had every reason to fear Warren – she was one of his most outspoken critics, and it made Americans love and respect her even more. She has a huge following and was highly influential in her role in the anti-Trump movement, so it was surprising to many that she attended Trump’s inauguration. But now, we know why she went.

Several Democrats couldn’t bear to see Trump get sworn in, and we can’t blame them. Warren, however, made it a point to show up despite the fact that Trump insulted her many times, nicknaming her “Pocahontas”. On Bill Maher’s Real Time, Warren told Maher just what she was thinking by going to an inauguration that she clearly did not want to see happen. She said:

“I went to Trump’s inauguration. I watched. I wanted to see it. I wanted it burned into my eyes.”

“My view on this was that if there were ever going to be a moment when I was like, ‘Uhh, I’m too tired to get up,’ all I’ve got to do is close my eyes and I’m like, ‘Oh God, I’m up! I’m up! I’m up! I’m ready! I’m back in the fight.’”

Warren shared the sentiments of most Americans when she said that the day after Trump’s inauguration was when “the world changed” – but she encouraged Americans to stay positive. While Trump had been sworn in, the historic Women’s March also took place that weekend. Warren said that Trump’s election helped Americans find their voices and passion:

“It will be about the day we made our voices heard.”

It’s clear that watching Trump’s inauguration helped light a fire inside Warren, and she’s using it as fuel to keep fighting Trump and the GOP. This is going to terrify Trump, and she knows it. You can watch Warren speak about the inauguration below:

Featured image via Alex Wong and Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images