By AP

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren tackled Trump administration immigration policies, taxes and her heritage during a town hall she hosted.

Hundreds of people heard the Democrat posed the question “who does the government work for” at the event Sunday at in Natick. She spoke of a multimillion-dollar tax law passed by legislators without public input.

Warren said she was glad she went to see President Donald Trump sworn in, and that it’s “burned in the back of her eyeballs.” She said it made her think about the many Americans losing health care and how people need to “make their voices heard” in Washington.

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