Sen. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren Clash at Seventh Democratic Debate in Iowa

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DES MOINES, IOWA (CBS NEWS) – It was the tension between Senator Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren that dominated the seventh Democratic debate Tuesday night, following a report that Sanders had told Warren in a 2018 meeting that a woman couldn’t win the presidency.

The two candidates, who have been generally friendly up to this point and avoided criticizing each other, changed their tune on Tuesday, with just under three weeks to go before the Iowa caucuses.

The two were caught on camera in a tense exchange after the debate, with Warren appearing to decline a handshake with Sanders.

After much of the first hour of the seventh Democratic debate was dominated by foreign policy questions amid U.S. tensions with Iran, the two finally got a chance to talk about what seemed to be a brewing feud between them.

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