More shots have been fired in the war of words between Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Donald Trump.
The Massachusetts Democrat on Tuesday called the Republican presidential hopeful a "small, insecure moneygrubber" who doesn't care whom he hurts, as long as he can make money.
Warren accused Trump of rooting for people to lose their homes when he said in 2007 he's always made more money in bad markets than in good ones.
The senator's comments — made before the Center for Popular Democracy in Washington — are the latest in an ongoing battle between Warren and Trump.
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Earlier this month, Warren took to Twitter to bash Trump for his treatment of women. She accused him of "[building] his campaign on racism, sexism, and xenophobia" and pledged to "fight [her] heart out" to make sure Trump's "toxic stew of hatred & insecurity never reaches the White House."
Trump has fired back, calling Warren "goofy" and a "basket case" and saying she's been one of the least effective senators.