Sens. Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren have largely stayed out of each other's way the first three Democratic debates.
That ended tonight, when Harris challenged Warren to stand with her proposal to kick President Trump off of Twitter.
Harris has called on Twitter to suspend the President’s prolific Twitter account because, in her estimation, Trump has used it to threaten his opponents.
“Sen. Warren, I just want to say that I was surprised to hear that you did not agree with me that, on this subject of what should be the rules around corporate responsibility for these big tech companies,” Harris said.
Warren responded pointedly: “I don’t just want to push Donald Trump off Twitter. I want to push him out of the White House. That’s our job.”
Harris shot back: “Join me in saying that his Twitter account should be shut down,” she said.
“No,” Warren said simply.
Harris replied: “You can’t say you are for corporate responsibility if it doesn’t apply to everyone.”