Warren Repeatedly Dodges Questions About Whether She Was Fired from Her Teaching Job Due to Her Pregnancy

‘It doesn’t matter much what the term is’

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EXCERPT:

REPORTER: "Is it accurate to say you were fired? Or were you forced to resign? Or how would we characterize this?"

WARREN: "You know, look — it doesn't matter much what the term is, but let's be clear. I was six months pregnant, it was my first job, I was 22 years old. And the job, that was mine, that I've been hired for for the next year, was taken away when they knew I was pregnant."

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