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Reports State Sanders Advised Warren a Girl Can Not win the presidential Elections

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., advised Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., during a personal interview in December 2018 he didn’t think a girl could win the presidential elections, CNN reported Monday, citing four resources.

The New York Times and BuzzFeed reported to the remarks, which can be said to have become both innovative senators discussed their probable presidential bids. Neither candidate had officially announced their effort now.

“It’s ludicrous to think that in precisely the same meeting where Elizabeth Warren told me she was planning to run for president would tell her that a girl could not win. It is said that three months before the Iowa caucus and annually then personal conversation, employees who were not in the area are lying about what happened,” Sanders explained.

The forth and back comes one day before both are expected to split the stage at a Democratic presidential debate in Des Moines, Iowa.

The previous buddies had defended every other contrary to their moderate competitions before Democratic debates, but cracks in their relationship started to reveal in recent times after Sanders began sinking in the polls.

Politico reported over the weekend the Sanders’ effort was giving volunteers speaking points describing Warren since the offender of elites.

Warren said on Sunday she had been”disappointed” from the effort’s actions.

“I was frustrated to hear that Bernie is sending out his volunteers to trash me,” she told NBC News.

Sanders downplayed the Politico report, stating his effort has”hundreds of workers” and”people occasionally say things they should not.”

“I’ve never said a negative thing about Elizabeth Warren who’s a buddy of mine. We’ve got gaps on issues, that is what campaigning is all about. However, nobody will be assaulting Elizabeth,” Sanders explained.

Sanders has previously been critical of several Warren’s police ranks, especially healthcare.

Within an October interview with ABC,” Sanders stated his Massachusetts counterpart” is a very, very great senator. Elizabeth I presume, as you probably know, has stated that she’s a capitalist through her bones. I am not.”

Before Sunday, Warren had mostly avoided becoming critical of Sanders and his effort, normally telling reporters inquiring about the differences between them that they are friends and she does not need to comment on other attempts.