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Sen Bernie Sanders, I-VT., weighed in on the recent rise of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass, in the polls on Wednesday and suggested that her campaign gets to be, because the people “would like to see if women voted”.
Warren had favorable polling in several States in the last days, some had their topping-Sanders. During an appearance on CNN, Sanders was asked why he believes that Warren is on the rise and is pressed, whether or not you will be seen by the voters as “more electable” version of yourself.
“Well, I think we are running up against a lot of problems,” Sanders responds. “I think that there is chosen a certain number of people, to see a woman, I understand. There are people who want to see someone who was younger, and I understand that too. There are a lot of factors that there are.”
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Sanders, praised Warren as a colleague and told CNN anchor Chris Cuomo that she is a “good campaign”, but insisted that he was “to defeat the strongest candidate” to be President Trump, in the year 2020.
The Vermont senator was then asked about a tweet that also appears to drag Warren in response to a Politico report, that the centrists are “coming around” to your campaign.
“The cat is tweeted out of the bag,” Sanders. “The corporate wing of the Democratic party publicly ‘no one but Bernie.’ You know our progressive agenda of Medicare for All, the smashing of big banks, the pharmaceutical companies and the raising of wages is the real threat to the billionaire class.
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Despite the tweet is in direct response to a report on Warren, Sanders, Cuomo asserted that “it is not about Elizabeth Warren at all.”
“Elizabeth is a friend of mine and we are going to run, I hope, an issues-oriented campaign,” said Sanders.
Warren climbed to 11.9% in the average of the national polls according to realclearpolitics. Sanders remains in second place with 15%, while the former Vice-President Joe Biden holding on to his leadership that, on average, at 31.9%.