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BREAKING NEWS

Bernie Sanders flatly denied saying a woman could not win in 2020, in a tense exchange at tonight’s Democratic debate. Here’s what else happened.

Tuesday, January 14, 2020 11:54 PM EST

The Democratic presidential candidates clashed in starkly personal terms over who had the best chance to defeat President Trump, as Senator Elizabeth Warren sought to jump-start her campaign in the last debate before the Iowa caucuses by highlighting her electoral success and that of other female candidates in the Trump era.

Prompted by the moderators, Ms. Warren and Senator Bernie Sanders continued a debate over the fraught subject of whether a woman could be elected president, an issue that in recent days had caused the first serious breach in their relationship.

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