#CNNisTrash unites political rivals after network hammers Sanders in Democratic debate

Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Sen. Bernie Sanders

Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Sen. Bernie Sanders

She then pounced, not just on Sanders, but on every male candidate on the stage - former Vice President Joe Biden, billionaire Tom Steyer, and former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg. But after the debate was over, Warren, a MA senator, approached Sanders, who held out his hand to make it tremble.

Sanders, a 78-year-old senator from Vermont, has denied he said that, and did so again during the televised debate when asked point-blank by the moderator.

Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.), 70, and Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.), 78, engaged in an awkward squabble over the passage of time and the meaning of "30 years" during Tuesday night's Democratic primary debate in Iowa. Some Sanders supporters took to Twitter to blast both CNN and Warren, who they accused of leaking what they claimed was a made-up story as a political hit job.

After failing to shake Sanders' hands, Warren said: "I think you called me a liar on national TV".

Sanders vehemently denied Warren's accusation that he said in 2018 a woman could not beat Trump. "Anyone who knows me knows that it's incomprehensible that I would think that a woman could not be president of the United States".

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Cameras caught her saying something with a serious look on her face to Sanders as he shook his head in response and pointed to himself then to her.

Leaked audio has revealed a tense exchange between top Democratic candidates vying for the party nomination to take on U.S. president Donald Trump in the country's election later this year.

Senator Warren and Senator Sanders had been abiding by an informal non-aggression pact for the entire campaign, but with less than three weeks until the first nomination contest in Iowa on February 3, that pledge to go easy on each other now appears over. "I have no interest in discussing this private meeting any further because Bernie and I have far more in common than our differences on punditry".

"I thought a woman could win; he disagreed", Warren said in a statement to CNN. Warren stood by her account and said it was time to confront the larger issues of sexism in politics. "Bernie is my friend, and I am not here to try to fight with Bernie". "The real question is how do we beat Trump". Amy Klobuchar argued late in the debate that they are electable because they hail from the Midwest - the key region Democrats need to win back against Trump. Amy Klobuchar had won all of their elections while the men on stage hadn't.

"I've been the object of his affection now more than anybody else on the stage", Biden said. Warren did not take it, and the two progressive candidates, who until recently have avoided criticizing each other publicly, exchanged words - which until now were inaudible. Warren going straight to Mr.

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