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Politics Joe Biden slams Elizabeth Warren's 'wrong presidential primary' comment as elitist

04:20  06 november  2019
04:20  06 november  2019 Source:   cnn.com

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Joe Biden stormed into the Democratic primary with a laser focus on the man he wants to sweep out of the White House next year.

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is ramping up his feud with rival Elizabeth Warren in a new post Tuesday's post on Medium comes in response to Warren ' s swipe last week that Biden is "running in the wrong The Warren campaign didn't immediately respond to a request for comment .

Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren are posing for a picture© CNN

Joe Biden slammed Elizabeth Warren as out of touch after she accused him of running in the "wrong presidential primary," writing in a Medium post on Tuesday that such attacks are "condescending to the millions of Democrats who have a different view."

"It's representative of an elitism that working and middle class people do not share: 'We know best; you know nothing'. 'If you were only as smart as I am you would agree with me," Biden wrote.

"This is no way to get anything done," he added. "This is no way to bring the country together. This is no way for this party to beat Donald Trump."

Biden's comments come following Warren's announcement of her "Medicare for All" funding plan on Friday. The Biden campaign dismissed her plan as "mathematical gymnastics," to which Warren responded by defending key figures in her plan as having been authenticated by former members of the Obama administration.

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A top campaign aide for former Vice President Joe Biden criticized Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) on Friday for her decades-long Republican Party Schultz made the comments even though his side had technically started the altercation by criticizing Warren ’ s newly released proposal on how to pay for

Joe Biden unleashed a blistering attack on Senator Elizabeth Warren , accusing his rival of “ elitism ” toward Democratic voters after she suggested last week that his health care proposal would make him more at home in a Republican presidential primary . Warren ’ s remarks reflect a “‘my way or the

"So if Joe Biden doesn't like that, I'm just not sure where he's going," she said Friday, adding that "Democrats are not gonna win by repeating Republican talking points and by dusting off the points of view" of profit-motivated drug and insurance corporations.

"But if anyone wants to defend keeping those high profits for insurance companies," Warren added, "and those high profits for drug companies, and not making the top 1% pay a fair share in taxes, and not making corporations pay a fair share in taxes, then I think they're running in the wrong presidential primary."

In the Medium post, Biden did not name Warren but emphasized his record as a career Democrat -- a potential dig at Warren, a former registered Republican who switched parties in the 1990s.

"I have fought for the Democratic party my whole career. I know what we stand for, who we stand with and what we believe," Biden wrote. "And it's not just policies or issues. It's in my bones. That's not something everyone in this primary can say."

A Warren campaign spokesperson declined to comment.

Warren Ignores Biden on Road, Implies Sexism In Fundraising Note .
At campaign events this week in the Carolinas, Elizabeth Warren refused to engage rivals Joe Biden and Pete Buttigieg as they depict her as a divisive and condescending elitist. But she and her supporters see a dollop of sexism in the criticism. © Thomson Reuters Democratic 2020 U.S. presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren speaks at a political rally in Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S. November 7, 2019. REUTERS/Jonathan Drake After Biden, the former vice president, accused Warren of pushing an “angry unyielding viewpoint,” Warren sent a fundraising email to supporters Friday with the subject line: “I am angry and I own it.

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