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To catch the democratic presidential candidate-campaign 2020 frontrunner Joe Biden; Peter Doocy reports from Altoona, Iowa.
If he is elected to the White house, Sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., would be the nation’s first vegan President.
But that doesn’t mean he wants to diet, the Americans to him in eating a vegan.
Democratic presidential asked on Thursday’s primary debate of bilingual moderator Jorge Ramos is, if the Americans should stop eating meat, as part of efforts to combat climate change, Booker answered quickly.
“First of all, I would like to say, no,” Booker.
“Actually, I would like to translate to in Spanish: no, no,” the senator added playfully, eliciting laughter from the debate audience.
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Turning serious, Booker added that “mass-animal-destroy attitude, and hurt our environment” and stressed that mass animal farming, family, farmers, is forcing out of business.
Ramos had the experts have said quotes, you will be eating less meat would help the environment.
In an interview with Fox News in February – days after he began his presidential campaign, Booker said, “I think that everything you eat is a very personal decision and everyone should have what to eat, what you want to eat. This is America. This is freedom…The last thing we want is the government telling us what to eat is.”
“I think that everything you eat is a very personal decision and everyone should eat what they want to eat. This is America. This is the freedom.”
— Sen. Cory Booker, Democrat, to run for President
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However, while Booker is not a call for an end to the consumption of meat is, he drives to a moratorium on large-scale animal husbandry mergers. The senator told Fox News in this February interview, that massive corporate companies “to come in here and pollute our water and the creation of non-sustainable practices.”
And Booker – who’s been vegan for five years – has also warned that the planet will not survive, the climate is the continuation of the industrialised mass animal husbandry can.