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2020 candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren spoke at the Native American Presidential Forum where she apologized for "mistakes" and "harm" caused by her past claims of Native American ancestry. NBC News’ Ali Vitali reports on what the response has been like after Warren’s remarks.