Addressing the crowd at the New Hampshire Democratic Party’s annual convention in Manchester – which attracted 19 of the party’s White House contenders – Warren noted the urgency of defeating President Trump in 2020, saying “there is a lot at stake and people are scared.

But the top-tier candidate from neighboring Massachusetts emphasized that “we can’t choose a candidate we don’t believe in because we’re scared.”

That seemed to be a shot at the former vice president, who has made electability a key part of his White House bid as he and his campaign have repeatedly stated that Biden’s the best candidate to defeat the incumbent in next year’s general election.