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Joe Biden-campaign manager says the former Vice President of a broad and diverse coalition of support; Peter Doocy reports.
The former Vice-President Joe Biden on Tuesday called Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., “condescending” and elitist comments, you are suggesting last week that he was in the “wrong presidential primary.”
Biden made the comments in a great fundraiser, and in an op-ed published in the Middle of Tuesday. He didn’t mention your name, but wrote in the op-ed that attacks an “evil unyielding position” with a “my way or the highway” approach to policy.
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“But it’s worse than that,” he wrote. “It is condescending to the millions of Democrats who have a different view.”
Biden wrote that their vaccines are an “elite” think that the working and middle-class don’t appreciate Americans to know.
Warren also said he was “repeating Republican talking points” when he criticized you plan recently, Medicare unveiled for All.
Biden and the other Democratic presidential candidates have stepped up their attacks on Warren recently, as the surges in the polls, scramble with Biden for the top spot.
Biden castle in the op-ed that the Democrats need to beat in order to stop attacks on each other elitist, to, President Trump.
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It is not the first time Warren was as elitist. Republican sen. Scott Brown derisively referred to as “Professor Warren,” when he ran unsuccessfully against her in Massachusetts in 2012.
The Warren campaign has yet to comment on Biden’s remarks.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.