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Warren Keeps Pounding Bernie Sanders: ‘I Don’t Want To Be President Just To Yell At People’

Mediaite Friday, 21 February 2020
Elizabeth Warren continued her gloves-off approach to Bernie Sanders, contrasting herself with the Independent Vermont senator by saying "I don't want to be president just to yell at people."
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