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Colin Reed and Mary Anne Marsh weigh-in on the territory of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.
To argue at least you don’t have, who has the middle seat.
Clumsy, progressive rival, Bernie Sanders, sen, I spotted VT, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., were Friday on the same flight Packed.
Sanders — not surprisingly — was sitting on the far left of the level, as he could be, in the window seat of the aircraft. Warren was also in a seat by the window, a row behind your opponent.
Warren seemed to read something in the photo, while Sanders stared out of the window.
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It is unclear whether the two candidates have to talk for a moment, while the aircraft is rolling on the Asphalt, but based on some comments from Vermont Senator this week, it seems unlikely.
Earlier this week, Sanders stole seemingly at Warren in response to a Politico report shows the centrists “coming around” to your candidacy.
“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.
Sanders denied that the tweet was about Warren, but if you are asked why their campaign is gaining momentum in the last few weeks, he suggested, because some voters “would like to see a woman elected”.
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“I think that there is chosen a certain number of people, to see a woman, I understand,” said Sanders on CNN. “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.”
According to the Hill’s Steven Clemmons, the Friday flight where the first democratic debates, which will take place next week, was on the way to Miami.
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Warren is the only top riders set to, the first night, while Sanders is the division of the page with the former Vice-President Joe Biden, Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif, and South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg is.
The two are also scheduled to be at a DNC convention in South Carolina this weekend.
Many on social media had been looking to have some fun at the expense of the two presidential candidates, some expression of sympathy for the man in the camera.