Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren blasted Donald Trump over his acceptance speech for the GOP nomination, saying the billionaire "sounded like a dictator of a small country rather than a man who is running for the highest office of the strongest democracy on the face of this earth."
Appearing on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,"
Warren held nothing back in her appraisal of the former reality television star's big night.
"What Donald Trump says is 'turn on each other.' And the consequence of that one is when you turn on each other is the same guys in power, the same guys who rigged the system, get to stay in power," Warren said.
"Every time you kind of scratch the surface a little bit and see what Donald Trump is really talking about, what he's really talking about is what he's talked about all his life and that is how to improve the world for Donald Trump," Warren continued, before commenting on how Trump's tax-cut proposal would benefit himself and his family.
Warren also slammed the Republican National Convention, calling it "the nastiest, most divisive convention that we've seen in half a century."
"Everyone is underestimating Donald Trump," Warren said. "He is one dangerous man and we need to take him seriously. Take him out now."
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