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Survey numbers more than doubled, with the support of Sen. Warren; Peter Doocy reports.
Sen Bernie Sanders blasted the “corporate-wing” of the Democratic party earn in a not-so-veiled attack on his opponent, Sen. Elizabeth Warren in the midst of reports them support among moderate Democrats.
“The cat is out of the bag. The corporate wing of the Democratic party tweeted to the public ‘no one, but Bernie,'” Sanders quoted a story, the details of how Warren is gaining traction among the moderate Democrats.
“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,” Sanders.
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The attack is one of the first progressive-on-progressive splits this election cycle, with both Warren and Sanders previously appear on the same page and United against the party establishment, and his favourite election – Vice President Joe Biden.
But Politically, centrist Democrats, led by their dislike of Sanders, moved to Warren to take over as a credible candidate, President Trump without pitting the moderate and progressive wing of the party against each other.
Centrist think tank Third Way, criticised previously, Warren has now praised for their political proposals.
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“It is a Democratic capitalist narrative”, Matt Bennett, cofounder of third way, told Politico. “The other is a socialist narrative.”
Sanders ‘campaign manager Faiz Shakir criticized the group at the beginning of this week, accusing it of being an opposition to Sanders” campaign, as it is obliged, in the interests of Wall Street.
“This is a Washington-based think tank, takes Wall Street money, so if @thirdway tweet is the opposition to @Bernie Anders’ campaign, the leading Trump in an opinion poll, we welcome the contrast,” Shakir wrote in a tweet.
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Warren’s campaign is strong to bind virtually with Sanders has increased in the last few weeks’ campaign for the second place in terms of electability, according to the latest Monmouth University poll. Biden continued to dominate.
Biden currently has the support of 32 percent of Democratic voters, while Warren’s support has jumped five points, to 15 percent from 10 percent in may. Sanders holds a 14 percent approval.