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Warren makes case: Democratic woman can beat Trump

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Elizabeth Warren made a forceful case for a female president and stood behind her accusation suggesting sexism by progressive rival Bernie Sanders Tuesday night in a Democratic debate that raised gender as a key issue. (Jan. 15)
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren talked about a report that Sen. Bernie Sanders said he doesn’t believe a woman could win the presidency. Warren said the two talked in 2018 about the 2020 election and the possibility of a female Democratic candidate. She stated: "I thought a woman could win; he disagreed.”...

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