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USA Feud erupts between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren ahead of primaries

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A new dispute between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders marks a significant turning point in a US Democratic primary campaign that has generally been characterised by genial differences over policy.

On Monday, Ms Warren said Mr Sanders told her during a private meeting two years ago that he did not think a woman could win the White House.




 

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Democrats never learn.
 

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Warren is getting worried clearly....Expect the Democrats to full to try and stop Saunders, they'd rather DT win a second term than put forward the candiate most likely to defeat him.
 

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Warren is getting worried clearly....Expect the Democrats to full to try and stop Saunders, they'd rather DT win a second term than put forward the candiate most likely to defeat him.
What does it say about the Democrats?
Same thing with Gabbard.
A geriatric hirarchy but Bernie is a no,no.
 

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Brilliant article and insight into the conviction void that is Elizabeth Warren.
 

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Brilliant article and insight into the conviction void that is Elizabeth Warren.
Some Irish journalists ignorantly say this woman is from Massachusetts.
She isn't. She's from Oklahoma, and has only spent a few years in Mass.
She didn't lie about this, tho she has lied about lots of other things.
 

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Sanders is the new Clinton product.

Iowa Caucus looks like it's being fixed against Bernie Sanders...

 
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The Sanders campaign published its internal count from some 40% of the precincts which they say are representative. Their unofficial result:

Sanders - 30%; Buttigieg - 25%; Warren - 21%; Biden - 12%; Klobucher - 11%; all others < 1%

What a clusterfuck.

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The Iowa caucus is done on a form of PR. If your first preference is going nowhere, you can transfer your support to another candidate. Literally--you walk across a room and join his supporters.
I think there's a 15% minimum to get delegates, tho I may be wrong on that.

The flop that is the count in Iowa is a disaster for the Democrats.

Iowa doesn't have a great track record in picking future presidents anyway. Candidates Reagan (1980), Clinton (1992) and Trump (2016) didn't win there.

Trump easily won this Republican caucus, by the way. I don't know whether the Repubs used a different tech company to count and collate votes.
 
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