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Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders shared a tense exchange after the debate

Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren — two longtime buddies and progressive allies in the 2020 race — appeared to have a tense on-stage exchange after the seventh Democratic debate Tuesday evening.

“This is not warm and cuddly.”

CNN’s @DavidAxelrod reacts to a seemingly chilly interplay between Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders simply moments after the conclusion of the #DemDebate. https://t.co/E1MSK5ItS7 pic.twitter.com/4XQZHbHLj9

— CNN (@CNN) January 15, 2020

During the debate, Sanders and Warren gave conflicting accounts of a personal assembly in 2018 that was thrust into the 2020 race this week. Warren says Sanders advised her that he didn’t assume a lady may win the presidency in 2020, which the Vermont senator denies. He did so once more throughout the debate Tuesday.

“Anybody who knows me knows that it’s incomprehensible that I would think that a woman could not become president of the United States,” Sanders mentioned.

Shortly after the occasion completed, the two progressives exchanged phrases behind the debate podiums, as different candidates shook palms. Sanders appeared to succeed in out to shake Warren’s hand, however was rebuffed by the Massachusetts senator.

After a few terse phrases, Sanders threw up his palms and walked away.

Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders shared a tense exchange after the debate
Warren and Sanders meet after the debate Tuesday evening. —Patrick Semansky / AP

Tom Steyer, who unknowingly walked into the second, advised CNN after the debate that he didn’t hear what Sanders and Warren had been saying to one another.

“It was one of those awkward moments where I felt like, you know, I need to move on as fast as possible,” Steyer mentioned. “You may see it was an ungainly second. So my purpose was merely to say goodnight to 2 individuals who I respect.”

The exchange comes as the so-called non-aggression pact between Sanders and Warren has more and more begun to fray in the run-up to the Iowa caucuses subsequent month. Polls present the two New England senators, who had defended one another in earlier debates, amongst the prime 4 candidate in the 4 early-voting states.

Before the differing accounts of their 2018 assembly emerged, Warren had advised reporters this previous weekend that she was “disappointed to hear that Bernie is sending his volunteers out to trash me,” after the Sanders marketing campaign directed volunteers to inform voters that the Cambridge Democrat appealed extra to “highly-educated, more affluent people” and would carry “no new bases into the Democratic Party.”

During the debate Tuesday, additionally they disagreed over Trump’s reworked North American commerce deal.

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Sanders mentioned he plans to vote in opposition to the proposed United States-Canada-Mexico Agreement, primarily objecting to the undeniable fact that it doesn’t point out local weather change. Warren has mentioned she’s making an attempt to be sensible about the deal and plans to vote sure on the USMCA as a “modest improvement” to get “some relief” to American farmers and employees.

BuzzFeed reported earlier Tuesday that Warren’s marketing campaign had been making an attempt to deescalate the feud, amid blowback from Sanders supporters. In her assertion Monday, Warren famous that “Bernie and I have far more in common than our differences in punditry.”

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