Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.), 70, and Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.), 78, engaged in an awkward squabble over the passage of time and the meaning of "30 years" during Tuesday night's Democratic primary debate in Iowa. When she refuses his outstretched hand, Warren repeats, "I think you called me a liar on national television".
Mr. Sanders then pointed out that from his point of view it was Ms.
Phillip's question to Warren "was tantamount to calling Sanders a liar, and that certainly should not be a moderator's job, especially when Philip had the opportunity to ask Warren directly if Sanders ever told her that", Poynter said.
WATCH: Bernie Sanders responds to reports that he told Elizabeth Warren that a woman couldn't win the election: "Well, as a matter of fact, I didn't say it". "I think you called me a liar on national TV".
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It provoked anger among Sanders supporters on Twitter, one of whom wrote that fellow fans of the Vermont senator should tweet to CNN "and let them know just how bad and unreasonable" its work on the debate had been. "If you want to have that discussion, we'll have that discussion".
Sanders had called the allegation "ludicrous" and went so far to say she was lying.
The Democratic presidential rivals are strong progressives who have steadfastly refused to attack each other for more than a year on the campaign trail.
But those buddy-buddy feelings quickly dissipated after Sanders flat-out denied both the report and Warren's statement. "I just want to say hi Bernie". "Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by three million votes, how could anybody in a million years not believe that a woman could become president of the United States?" he said.
Senator Warren stood by her account and said it was time to confront the larger issues of sexism in politics. "I think the best way to talk about who can win is by looking at a person's winning record", she said. Collectively they have lost 10 elections. Amy Klobuchar argued late in the debate that they are electable because they hail from the Midwest - the key region Democrats need to win back against Trump.
"Those top-tier candidates who you saw on the stage last night, there's no question that going into the final days, weeks before the first caucus, they will have an advantage", she said. Amy and me, ' she said.