What did Bernie Sanders say and when did Elizabeth Warren say he said it?

When this story first broke, it barely qualified as a dust-up, though some in the media tried to label it a “brawl.” Compared to Republican presidential primaries, where candidates actually run ads attacking each other, the Sanders vs. Warren fight sounds like two NPR hosts debating how to pronounce “assuage.”

Until Warren decided to light it up, that is. And now, in classic Warren fashion, she’s the one who’s likely to lose.

A recap: CNN ran an anonymous-source-laden article claiming that during a hush-hush, one-on-one meeting between Warren and Sanders to arrange a political non-aggression pact (think the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, but with two Molotovs), Sanders allegedly blurted out that “he did not believe a woman could win.”

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