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on the post-debate moment between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. pic.twitter.com/MQAVlbVgKc
— Hardball (@hardball) January 15, 2020
So much for the inner-party lovefest.
Elizabeth Warren appeared to snub fellow Sen. Bernie Sanders’ offering of a handshake at the end of Tuesday night’s Democratic debate, a possible sign that the bad blood between the two isn’t going away anytime soon.
Field - Candidates - Pats - Back - Contest
With the field’s six candidates exchanging sporting pats on the back at the contest’s conclusion, Warren first shook the hand of former Vice President Joe Biden, before moving on to Sanders.
Sanders, of Vermont, began to extend his right hand out towards Warren, but the Massachusetts lawmaker kept her clasped hands raised close to her torso as the two exchanged words.
Audio - CNN - Coverage - Moment - Rehashing
The audio from CNN’s coverage had already been cut, but the seemingly tense moment followed a public rehashing in the debate of Sanders’ allegedly telling Warren that a woman couldn’t win the general election.
Sanders reportedly made...
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