'You called me a liar,' Warren told Sanders post-Iowa debate

'You called me a liar,' Warren told Sanders post-Iowa debate

'You called me a liar,' Warren told Sanders post-Iowa debate

Everybody knew this was coming.

Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have differing accounts about a report that Sanders told Warren a woman couldn't win the presidency. As it turns out, Warren made a bee-line to Sanders to accuse him of calling her "a liar on national TV".

"I don't want to get in the middle, I just want to say 'Hi Bernie, ' " the billionaire candidate interrupted.

Barrack Obama's former Vice President remains the leader in the polls and is the favourite the take out the nomination, ahead of Sanders and Warren. Sanders said. "I don't think anybody believes that".

Following the debate, progressive activists anxious that escalating tension between Warren and Sanders could divide liberals. What stopped her becoming president was not Americans' refusal to vote for a woman, but the vagaries of the USA electoral college, which requires candidates to win a majority of states not votes. During the Tuesday night debate, he maintained: "Of course a woman can win". He cited Hillary Clinton's popular vote margin to establish that he knew it was possible. Sanders disputes that claim, and the two sniped at each other after this week's presidential debate about how they were framing the conversation in public.

She repeated: "I think you called me a liar on national TV". "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".

"But look", she continued.

The claim overlooked the personal attacks between one candidate, Sens. And I think the best way to talk about who can win is by looking at people's winning record. Can a woman beat Donald Trump? Amy Klobuchar at 10 p.m. ET. Plenty of Democrats saw Donald Trump as the weakest GOP candidate four years ago, and we now know those assumptions didn't work out especially well. "I have won every race, every place, every time", Sen.

They were enthused that Sanders recounted how he had asked Warren to run for president before he got into the race in 2016. "I just want to say hi Bernie". Sign up to receive the day's most important political stories from Washington and beyond. Warren said this week that Mr.

"That is correct", Sanders said.

'I disagreed, ' Warren replied. "They are bringing him out of so important Iowa in order that, as a Senator, he sit through the Impeachment Hoax Trial", the commander-in-chief wrote on Twitter.

Either way, the yearlong non-aggression pact between the two old friends now seems seriously frayed. Elizabeth Warren appeared to engage in a brief but tense conversation with Sen. (The Vermont senator returned his remark with a fabulous and "Yeah, good, okay.") The network states that they obtained the audio from "two backup recordings from the microphones Sanders and Warren were wearing".

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