Elizabeth Warren refused to give Joe Biden credit for helping her create the CFPB

Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders.
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Former Vice President Joe Biden wanted some credit, but Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) didn't bite.

Biden who was perhaps a bit fired up over the implication that he wasn't thinking boldly enough during his presidential, turned to Warren during the Democratic primary debate on Tuesday evening to explain how, when he was vice president, he helped get votes for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a government agency Warren first proposed when she was a Harvard Law School professor.

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