Transcript for As Impeachment Trial Starts, Progressive Democrats Debate Women’s Electability
I'm ABC's Rick climb with the latest in politics this week. The candidates with that nonaggression pact. Suddenly got aggressive the biggest rift to date broke out between a tool leading progressives in the democratic race. With senator Elizabeth Warren claiming that senator Bernie Sanders told her in a private conversation that a woman can't win the White House. Wells a matter of fact I didn't say Hillary Clinton one. The popular vote by three million votes how could anybody in a million years not believe that a woman could become president of the United States. So can a woman beat Donald Trump. Look at the man on the stage collectively they have lost ten elections. The only people on this state who have won every single election that they've been him or the women aiming. That's bat continued even after CNN's debate. I. Why on. It's looking like that was the highlight of the first and also last debate in Iowa Sanders Warren and senator Amy Klobuchar. Had to rush back afterward to Washington. For the start of only the third presidential impeachment trial in history. Former vice president Joseph Biden and former mayor Pete go to church are hoping to fill any campaign voiced pitching themselves as forces for unity. If they had today we are one party. And we shared the overwhelming majority values and ideas that are state. President trumps impeachment trial starts in earnest on Tuesday. That means all 100 senators will be silent behind their desks for most of the trial. A most un usual kind of jury duty at a most than usual time. Rick Klein ABC news Washington.
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