Announcing the endorsement Sunday, the board said, "Senator Warren is a gifted storyteller and a brilliant architect of regulation, where we would push back on some specific policy proposals, we are struck by how effectively her message has matched the moment". Other White House hopefuls, however, didn't go so far.
Businessman Andrew Yang said that the country "is deeply misogynist" while billionaire Tom Steyer said that systemic sexism exists but he hopes that half of America is not misogynistic.
Meanwhile, the tensions between Sens.
In Exeter, New Hampshire, Sanders pledged to come together with other Democrats to back the eventual nominee.
Do you think that female candidates have a different experience running for president than you? On Saturday, Biden called for Sanders' camp to "disown" what he calls "doctored video" that some of the senator's supporters say shows the former vice president endorsing Republican calls to cut Social Security and Medicare.
Among voters over 50 years old, Biden leads with 40%, while Sanders has only 7% support from those over 65.
A campaign aide told CBS News that the former South Bend mayor will continue to emphasize his belief in the importance of building a broad coalition. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Sen. Had the Times picked one of the two women as the better candidate, it might have delivered the full complement of readers who vote according to the Times endorsements. So everybody, you know, brings some negatives, if you like. "We fight over the same issues", Warren said at a holiday home in Des Moines, Iowa, Saturday when asked by a supporter who said she believed Warren's side of the story. Nobody is flawless. There is no ideal candidate out there.
He avoided talking about the private meeting with Warren that reignited the gender debate in the first place. "That's all I want to say about that topic because what I truly believe is we're going to have to pull together". And when you look at my file, I've been saying it for 30 years.
How confident are Iowa Democrats in their choices, now two weeks out from the caucuses?
Jayapal - whose district encompasses most of Seattle, Burien, Edmonds, Shoreline, and more - teased at the endorsement in an interview with The Washington Post, pointing to her confidence in Sanders' ability to take on incumbent President Donald Trump in November. He previewed his 2020 campaign emphasis on the middle-class, but declared that billionaires are not 'the problem, ' an implicit contrast with progressives. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota has repeatedly mentioned the struggles facing women in politics.
Another said: "There is no legitimate reason that a woman can't be president simply because she's a woman". And she's argued that if Buttigieg were a woman, he wouldn't be as successful in the primary as he's been. The most recent Iowa Poll, out earlier this month, showed that more than half of likely Democratic caucus-goers were either undecided, or could still change their top choice before February 3.
Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) put their differences aside for a morning of campaigning in SC on Monday - as the two work to close in on former Vice President Joe Biden's 17-point lead in the state. "The problem isn't her gender, it's his misogyny".