Why is the automatic assumption that her version is wrong? Just curious. https://t.co/Ra8qZVLfoJ— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) January 16, 2020
I think Sen. Warren knows what Sen. Sanders said to her. Funny he gets the benefit of the doubt.Almost every version of this conversation in public today has been that Sanders must have said something that Warren misunderstood. https://t.co/Ra8qZVLfoJ— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) January 16, 2020
And honestly, it's a discussion non-participants should just stay out of, especially if all you can do is mansplain it:
That's entirely plausible. But also, to Maggie's tweet, I don't think this requires "misunderstanding" either. It's totally possible he said, "Trump will use sexism against a woman" as a way of saying, "I think I should run instead of you"--just without literally saying it.— James Poniewozik (@poniewozik) January 16, 2020
Just another way of saying "Warren misunderstood Bernie."