The Senator from Vermont gave a short speech today at the Seacoast Women's March in Portsmouth, in which he said "we are in this together".
The call for unity follows a wave of growing political tension that materialized after Sanders disputed a CNN report, which alleged that he told Warren at a prior meeting in 2018 that he did not believe a woman could win the presidency. He said that Sanders is trying to "Hillarize" Warren by portraying her as the candidate for the wealthy, referring to Hillary Clinton. "I have no interest in discussing this private meeting any further because Bernie and I have far more in common than our differences on punditry".
"The world has changed". "If you think a woman can't be elected you are dead wrong". If you think a gay American can not be elected you are dead wrong.
"Nobody's flawless", Sanders said. All I would ask of voters is take a look at the totality of the candidacy, of the person. "That's all I want to say about that topic because what I truly believe is we're going to have to pull together".
During his radio interview, Sanders did agree there is an anxiety that exists around electing a woman to the presidency, but made the point that "as a country, we have come a long way", pointing to how the United States grew to accept an African American as president, and has come a long way in terms of gay rights by accepting former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, Pete Buttigieg, another 2020 hopeful, as a "serious candidate" who is openly gay and married.
During a one-hour appearance on New Hampshire Public Radio, Sanders was asked if he thought that candidates as presidential candidates had a different experience than he was and whether gender was still an obstacle for women politicians.
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He then went on to note that age concerns could also be a challenge for 38-year-old former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, saying "if you're looking at Buttigieg, he's a young guy". "So everybody brings some negatives if you like".
"A key part of our strategy is to engage people who have been excluded from politics", said Misty Rebik, Sanders Campaign Manager in Iowa. "So we have to argue please look at the totality of who I am", he said.
Senator Bernie Sanders from Vermont on Sunday encouraged American voters to "took at the totality of a candidate" rather than their gender amid his recent feud with fellow progressive 2020 candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren from MA.
Sanders' response prompted a fresh round online backlash as the two senators and long-time liberal allies campaigned just two weeks before the first nominating contests begin, and as voters in the in Iowa and New Hampshire largely urged them to move on from the matter. "That there is anti-Semitism in this country", Sanders told CNN.
He and Warren exchanged remarks over what was said in their 2018 conversation at last Tuesday night's Democratic debate in Des Moines, Iowa.
Warren then claims that Sanders told her he didn't think a woman could win the White House.
"I think you called me a liar on national TV", Warren can be heard saying after the debate to Sanders, who replied: "What?"