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The former President Barack Obama has allegedly the case that women in charge all over the world, calling it, ‘undeniably’ better than men. The ‘responsive under’ number panel.
The former Vice-President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., were the Democrats ” debate on Thursday evening about comments recently from President Obama about how “old men” you should get out of the way for more women in political leadership positions.
Obama raised eyebrows on Monday to say it would be “a significant improvement” around the world when women led each country.
“Women, I don’t just want you to know that you are not perfect, but what I can say pretty undoubtedly, that you said better than we [men],” Obama the Singapore audience. “I am absolutely confident that for two years, if every nation on earth was of women, you would see a significant improvement to the management Board on all… the standard of living and the results.”
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He explained, “If you look at the world, and the views of the problems that it’s usually old people, mostly old men, which is not always out of the way.”
In the debate, the older candidates were asked on stage to respond to Obama’s remarks. “I’m white!” Sanders laughed.
“I have a lot of respect for Barack Obama. I don’t think I agree with him on this one,” the Vermont senator said. “Maybe a little selfish, but I refuse.”
Sanders argues that it’s not about race and gender, when it comes to who has the power in the country, refers to “billionaires”, as the people calling the shots.
“I’m going to think he’s not talking about me, either,” Biden said with a grin, sparking laughs in the audience. “You see, I am, because I’ve been-with my experience and with the experience of decision-making and, hopefully, a little wisdom comes.”
The 2020 leader, was asked whether he was willing to undertake the running for a second term if he is elected.
“No, I’m not committing willing to, one way or another,” responded Biden. “I have not been elected to a term, and let’s see where we are. Let’s see what happens.”
The women in the debate, the stage is weighed, then. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., argues that there is “not enough women” the work of the government but stressed that it “is what you do”.
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In The Meantime, Sen Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., was reminded of Political moderator Tim Alberta, the, inaugurated if you were elected, you would be “the oldest President ever.”
“I also was the youngest woman to be inaugurated ever would return,” Warren shot him.
Fox News’ Sam Dorman contributed to this report.