Trump is wrong to blame Warren for generational wealth inequality

The Trump administration is wrong, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) said in a new video.

The presumptive GOP presidential nominee said in the video that the median family income for Americans under 50 was $35,000 in 2016, compared to $63,000 for middle-class Americans.

Warren’s claim that median household income was $30,000 was incorrect.

She’s right, he said, noting that median income is based on a person’s parents’ income.

But the median household wage, which is more than what a family makes, is far lower than Warren said in her 2016 presidential campaign speech, according to a Vox analysis.

The median family wage in the U.S. is $43,600 a year.

That’s more than the median income for the entire U.K. It is lower than the average annual wage for workers ages 25 to 64.

The average U.N. household earns $20,600, according the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, while the average wage for U.$.

residents ages 25 and older is $47,200, according data from the United Nations.

Trump has claimed that Warren is not qualified to be president.

Warren has said she believes in universal health care, a plan that is widely supported in the United States.

The two have not said whether they would support Warren’s plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

Warren said in January that she would vote for Clinton, but Trump’s recent comments about her leadership of the Warren-led Senate health care effort have been widely interpreted as an attempt to derail her.

Warren’s support for the Affordable Health Care Act has been a source of contention in the Republican Party, and the candidate has been under fire for her position on the issue.

Trump said in December that he would be open to negotiating with Warren to change her position.

He said he would “love” to talk to Warren about the Affordable, but he also said that the senator’s leadership of health care was “a big mistake.”

Warren’s comments about Trump’s leadership are similar to a statement she made in March that she believed Trump had the right to negotiate over the ACA’s future.

Warren told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour in March: “I would like to see the president have some leverage on the law, on what’s happening on the exchange.”

“I would also like to be able to have some say in what happens on the exchanges.

I think that’s important.

And I think there are a lot of good reasons why I think the president is not negotiating on the ACA.”