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Washington Post Ed. Board Rips Warren And Bernie For Promoting ‘Ideas That Can’t Work’

Mediaite Friday, 2 August 2019
The Washington Post editorial board turned Elizabeth Warren's debate zinger against her and fellow candidate Bernie Sanders, torpedoing the progressive duo by asking "Why go to the trouble of running for president to promote ideas that can’t work?"
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