News

Warren opts out of the defense Sanders of Hillary Clinton ‘s” Nobody likes him “- shock: “I’m not there’

nearvideo father faced Elizabeth Warren about their student loan debt plan: “We get screwed’

To pay off Warren’s plan, $640 billion in student loan debt and make college free sits well with the voters, worked hard to pay off their loans; a response to ‘Five.’

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., not to defend, chose your colleague and 2020 rivals sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., when asked about the recent insults that have been made to him by Hillary Clinton.

Clinton in the headlines at the beginning of this week, prior to the publication of a four-part Hulu docu-series about her life and her career, during which she banged her 2016 rivals.

“He has been in Congress for years,” Clinton says in an excerpt from the documentary. “He had the support of a senator to him. Nobody likes him, nobody wants to work with him, he has done nothing. He was a career politician. It’s all just bullshit and I feel so bad that that have sucked people got.”

When asked by The Hollywood Reporter (THR), whether this statement is still true, had Clinton said: “Yes, it does.”

TO SAVE MAHER RIPS WARREN FOR PLAYING THE ‘WOMAN CARD” AGAINST SANDERS ‘CAMPAIGN”

Which was asked on “CBS this Morning” on Friday, Warren, weighing in on the dust-up.

“Hillary Clinton said, no one like Bernie Sanders and no one in the Senate wanted to work with him. You is right?” CBS anchor Anthony Mason asked.

“I’m not there,” Warren responded quickly before the swing arms to the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump, for which you as a juror.

Tensions have increased between Warren and Sanders, of the previously referred to each other as “friends”, after it was reported that Sanders allegedly said Warren in 2018, during a meeting that a woman could not win the presidency, which he has flatly denied, according to the report, while Warren just said that you “disagree,” Reaffirming the requirement that, in the original story.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FOX NEWS APP

On Jan. 14 democratic debate, Warren faced Sanders in a heated exchange after the controversy was raised by a moderator, and they both accused each other of a liar calling the other after the debate.

Follow us

Don't be shy, get in touch. We love meeting interesting people and making new friends.

Most popular