Warren, up for re-election in November, on Friday told Carrie Saldo, host of WGBY's "Connecting Point" the story told by her parents and grandparents that her mother was part Native American "was just fine for my brothers and me".
Last week, an editorial in the Berkshire Eagle called on the senior senator from MA to take a DNA test to finally put the issue to rest, stating she has "nothing to lose but her Achilles' heel".
Although questions over her claims of Native American ancestry have continued to dog U.S. Sen.
After telling the story Chuck Todd pointed out that he had a great-grandmother who "swore we were related to Robert E. Lee".
Warren also confirmed that she has no plans of running against Trump in 2020.
"Look, I do know", she responded.
The Democrat, who had reportedly claimed family ties to Cherokee and DE tribes, said she was unaware that the university had promoted her as a minority professor, according to the Associated Press.
"I never used my family tree to get a break or get ahead", she said. Do you think that he is being disrespectful to Native Americans when he does that?
The DNA test would settle the issue once and for all.
"That's totally stupid ... and simply wrong", he told the Associated Press. And the American government is doing nothing about this, ' she said.
Warren has acknowledged telling Harvard and her previous employer, the University of Pennsylvania, of her Native American heritage, but only after she had been hired. Warren could deliver the rebuke of all rebukes to Trump by posting her DNA test results to back up her claims.
Watch the clip above, via Fox News.