Elizabeth Warren accused Bernie Sanders of having called her a liar before a national television audience during a tense exchange after the debate she refused to shake his outstretched hand.

Elizabeth Warren accused Bernie Sanders of having called her a liar before a national television, during a tense exchange after the debate in which she refused to shake his outstretched hand, according to the sound issued by CNN.

The Democratic presidential opponents are strong progressive persons who want to refuse themselves on the campaign for more than a year to attack each other. But it changed on Monday, when Warren said that he was in a private meeting between the two in 2018 with her not having agreed that a woman could win the presidency.

Sanders, a senator of Vermont, denied it and did it again during the presidential debate of Tuesday evening, which was presented by CNN and the Des Moines Register and held in Iowa, whose first cold coaststations were on 3 February. Warren stands with her account and says it’s time to confront the bigger issues of sexism in politics.

The exchange lasted only a few minutes. But after the debate was over, Warren, a senator in Massachusetts, approached Sanders, who stretched out his hand for her to tremble. Instead, she faced him, and the two speaks short-short in tense.