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Elizabeth Warren invokes Obama and JFK to counter Sanders claim women can't win presidency

Independent Tuesday, 14 January 2020
Fellow progressives Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have sparred on the debate stage in Iowa over the issue of electability, with the Massachusetts senator invoking the likes of Barack Obama and John F Kennedy to argue that America can elect a woman president.
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Elizabeth Warren said she was “disappointed” Bernie Sanders sent his volunteers “out to trash” her. According to Politico, she said he was risking dividing the part with attacks against her and others. Warren said: “We all saw the impact of the factionalism in 2016, and we can’t have a...

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