Sen. Elizabeth Warren speculated on Wednesday that if President Trump's remaining time in office is anything like his first 100 days, that there may never be another male president again.
Speaking to a gather at the EMILY's List gala in Washington, D.C., Warren, D-Mass., said there is an endless supply of "bad news" coming out of the White House.
"The way that things are going," she said. "If the next three years and 261 days are like Donald Trump's first 100 days, I wonder if America will ever be ready for a male president again."
"Men like Donald Trump come to power when their countries are already deep in trouble," she continued, adding that the people in these countries have lost hope for a better future.
Though Trump's promise to do something about "a rigged game" and putting working families first, Warren said that "talk is cheap. He is president and now what matters is what he does."
Warren supported Hillary Clinton for president during the 2016 election. The two railed against demeaning comments Trump had made about women, including his "nasty woman" remark directed at Clinton during one of the presidential debates.
"We nasty women are going to march our nasty feet to cast our nasty votes to get you out of our lives forever," Warren said at a campaign rally in October.