Conservative pundit Ann Coulter took to Twitter to make several puns and jokes about Native Americans in response to outrage over President Donald Trump calling Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) "Pocahontas" at a Navajo code talkers visit to the White House on Monday.

Coulter went after Disney for making the 1995 animated film as well as using several stereotypical terms and the Washington Redskins to stir up controversy on the subject. She asked on Twitter, "WHAT'S NEXT HOLLYWOOD? A MOVIE NAMED, 'N-WORD'???"

"Obama had the beer summit. @realDonaldTrump should bury the hatchet with Liz Warren & invite her to a Redskins game," she tweeted Monday night.

Trump has repeatedly called Warren "Pocahontas" in the past in reference to questions about the liberal-leaning Massachusetts senator's heritage. The controversy goes back to her Senate campaign, during which she was unable to prove definitively that she had Native American heritage. In the 1990s, Harvard Law School had touted Warren because she had listed herself as a minority on the Association of American Law Schools directory prior to becoming a professor.

"Liz Warren sinned against affirmative action, falsely claiming have Indian ancestry to have an in at Harvard," tweeted Coulter Monday night.

Coulter made jokes at the expense of those angry for Trump's seemingly insensitive comment in the company of Navajo members who helped the Americans crack codes during World War II.

"If @realDonaldTrump can't get Redskins tickets, he could always go to a scalper," she followed that tweet up with after several responders pointed out "Pocahontas" wasn't "racist" until President Trump used it to reference Warren.

"I am very proud of my heritage," Sen. Warren told NPR in 2012, about her Native American heritage. "These are my family stories. This is what my brothers and I were told by my mom and my dad, my mammaw and my pappaw. This is our lives. And I'm very proud of it."