Audio captures post-debate confrontation between Sanders, Warren

In a newly released recording from CNN, Sen. Warren told Sen. Sanders on the debate stage, “I think you called me a liar on national TV,” moments after she refused to shake his hand.
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Transcript for Audio captures post-debate confrontation between Sanders, Warren
George, we'll turn now to the race for the white house. Those rising tensions between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders captured in new tapes of their post-debate confrontation where they call each other linsey Davis is here with the latest. Good morning. Boy, people were trying to read lips for nearly 24 hours, the moment that happened after the debate was replayed and analyzed to determine what was said in that terse exchange when senator Sanders' handshake was not reciprocated by senator Warren. We know both accuse each other of lying on national TV. Overnight, CNN releasing post-debate audio between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders right after the tense moment she refused to shake his outstretched hand. I think you called me a liar on national TV. What? I think you called me a liar on national TV. Let's not do it right now. You want to have that discussion we'll have that discussion. Reporter: It came after the pair traded blows about a 2018 conversation in which Warren claims Sanders said a woman could not win the election. A claim Sanders denied during the debate. Well, as a matter of fact I didn't say it. Anybody knows me knows that it's incomprehensible that I would think that a woman could not be president of the United States. Reporter: Warren not backing down. I think the best way to talk about who can win is by looking at people's winning record. So, can a woman beat Donald Trump? Look at the men on this stage. Collectively they have lost ten elections. The only people on this stage who have won every single election that they've been in are the women. Amy and me. Reporter: Their argument was seen live on air but without sound. CNN pulled the audio from backup recordings of wireless microphones and released it 24 hours later. The on stage confrontation inadvertently broken up by Tom Steyer. Just want to say hi. Yeah, good, okay. Sanders' wife Jane was asked about the comments and told the associated press sometimes people misremember things. She went on to say she's not attacking Elizabeth Warren but knows the comment about a woman not being able to win is nothing her husband would say but Tom Steyer, he said, boy, now he couldn't wait to get out of the way. Neither one of them in the debate actually really wanted to get into it. I mean as a matter of fact, I think he said, I don't want to have the fight with her and she said Bernie is my friend. He said/she said. That's what it amounts to. Linsey, thank you. Now to the major new storm

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