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Sanders, Warren spar over whether he said a woman couldn't win

CBS News Wednesday, 15 January 2020
They addressed a disputed December 2018 meeting, during which Warren claims Sanders told her a woman couldn't win in 2020
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On Monday, a rumor surfaced that in 2018 Bernie Sanders told Elizabeth Warren a woman couldn't get elected President. Sanders denied that he said it. He lashed out at the media. He called the people that started the rumor liars. Well, it turns out that Sanders may be the liar. Business Insider Warren...

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