Tulsi accused them, in the debate, of stating that she was a Russian Asset. They denied it. They also said other things about her presentation. This is what I wrote
I find your response today to Tulsi's criticism of you unsatisfactory.
You say you haven't called her a "Russian Asset." I haven't read all your articles about her, but I wonder whether you haven't quoted someone as saying that, without contradicting the quote. I think I've read something of that sort in your paper. Repeating that kind of inflammatory language, without disagreeing, is like a tacit endorsement.
You say she's an isolationist, but opposing regime change wars is not isolationist. She is all in favor of international negotiation. Your calling her isolationist is pure propaganda in favor of a militarist agenda.
Also, you say the war in Syria is not a regime change war. What is your response to Professor Jeffrey Sachs of Columbia who has said that our CIA started this war with a desire to overthrow the Syrian government? He said this on MSNBC.