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After feud with Warren, Bernie Sanders airs ad aimed at women

Reuters Saturday, 18 January 2020
Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders, stung by a feud with progressive ally Elizabeth Warren over gender and electability, released an ad aimed at women voters in New Hampshire on Friday touting his support for women's rights.
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