When Elizabeth Warren came back to criticizing Joe Biden, who many described as sexist, she said to the followers, "I'm angry and I own them."
Warren also tried to capitalize on the Biden controversy: Her answer came in a fundraising e-mail she sent to supporters on Friday.
"Over and Over Again", said in the email "We are told that women should not be angry." It makes us unattractive to powerful men who want us to be quiet.
Biden, in effect, wants Warren to be quiet – in primary democratic elections, he has fallen behind in Iowa and New Hampshire, despite having a national lead. But he insisted his assault on the Massachusetts senator was not sexist.
His first remarks came in a media post entitled "I fought for the Democratic Party, my whole career".
"The other day," Biden wrote. "One of my opponents accused me of being in the wrong elementary school. Pretty amazing. On one level, it's kind of funny.
"… But on another level, these types of attacks are a serious problem. They reflect a furious, unyielding stance that has crept into our politics. If someone disagrees with you – it's not just that you disagree – that person must be a coward or a corrupt or small thinker.
"Some call it the 'my-way-or-the-highway' approach. But it is worse. It is condescending to the millions of Democrats who have a different view. "
Biden, the leading center in the field of primary politics, did not name Warren, the leading Progressive, by name, but few had great difficulty achieving the goal of former Vice President and on Friday Biden spoke with CNN
"The strong women in my life are angry," he said, "that has nothing to do with it. This has to do with the fact that it started and she said that Biden is in the wrong elementary school because I do not agree to disagree with her proposal for Medicare for All.
Healthcare is a hot-button issue in the race against Donald Trump. Earlier this month, Warren proposed a $ 20.5 million Medicare for All proposal that would require no tax hikes for middle-class Americans. Who issued the New York Times a report on Saturday entitled, "Why Pete Buttigieg annoys its Democratic rivals. "
In the Warren email Biden was not mentioned by name. But in terms of the Senator's fiery stammering, it's said, "It's not just women." Speaking against Wall Street and Big Tech, we're told that everyone should be quiet with less power. " 19659003] I am annoyed at all those who are hurt by Trump's government, our manipulated economy and the usual course of business. "