Delaney hits Warren for Fox town hall snub: If you're not using it, I will

Delaney hits Warren for Fox town hall snub: If you're not using it, I will
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Presidential candidate John DelaneyJohn Kevin DelaneyBiden campaign blasts 'willfully disingenuous' attacks on remark about segregationist senators Harris: 'Deeply' concerned by Biden segregationist comments Harris: 'Deeply' concerned by Biden segregationist comments MORE criticized Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenSanders denies tweet about corporate Democrats was dig at Warren Sanders denies tweet about corporate Democrats was dig at Warren Warren: 'On Juneteenth and every day: Black lives matter' MORE's (D-Mass.) decision not to accept a Fox News town hall on Tuesday, saying that he would take it. 

"If you're not using your town hall, I will," said the former Democratic congressman from Maryland. "Democratic candidates have to campaign everywhere and talk to all voters."

Warren said Tuesday that she will turn down an offer to appear in a Fox News town hall, slamming the network as a "hate-for-profit machine."

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"I’ve done 57 media avails and 131 interviews, taking over 1,100 questions from press just since January," she tweeted. "Fox News is welcome to come to my events just like any other outlet. But a Fox News town hall adds money to the hate-for-profit machine. To which I say: hard pass."

Several other presidential candidates have recently appeared in Fox News town halls or accepted offers to appear from the network.

Sens. Bernie SandersBernie SandersSanders denies tweet about corporate Democrats was dig at Warren Sanders denies tweet about corporate Democrats was dig at Warren Democrats asked to create ideal candidate to beat Trump pick white man: poll MORE (I-Vt.) and Amy KlobucharAmy Jean KlobucharOvernight Defense: House passes T spending package with defense funds | Senate set to vote on blocking Saudi arms sales | UN nominee defends climate change record Overnight Defense: House passes T spending package with defense funds | Senate set to vote on blocking Saudi arms sales | UN nominee defends climate change record The Hill's 12:30 Report — Presented by MAPRx — Trump jumps into 2020 race MORE (D-Minn.) have already participated in Fox town halls and South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete ButtigiegPeter (Pete) Paul ButtigiegPoll: Democrats view Biden as most electable, while Warren sees gains Poll: Democrats view Biden as most electable, while Warren sees gains 2020 Democrats share their families' immigration histories MORE (D) is slated to appear on May 19. Sanders's event drew 2.6 million views and was the most-watched town hall this year. 

More than 20 people are currently vying for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. Warren's campaign has recently seen some momentum while Delaney is considered a long-shot candidate.