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In 2020, White house hopeful Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand says she will serve the call, in any capacity; Peter Doocy reports from Iowa.
It is time for Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand sputtering presidential call campaign, finished it, a friend of her and two former aides, The Post said.
“It would be best if you decided that this is not your time,” said a longtime Gillibrand fundraiser, which claimed the democratic candidate for the well-heeled supporters want you to stay in the U.S. Senate.
“Most of the people I speak of are very happy with her as their senator and don’t want to give up your Senate seat and do not see any realistic traction for you.”
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How to get Gillibrand fights than 130,000 individual donors, the qualification for the third democratic debate in Houston in the next month, it is unclear whether they hear the message of those who worked with her.
“I don’t know if anyone would want to see her on the debate stage. Everyone, I have spoken to her performative and disgusting,” said a former senior employee in Gillibrand’s Senate office.
“I don’t know if anyone would want to see her on the debate stage. Everyone, I have spoken to her performative and obnoxious.”
— Former Employee Gillbrand
“She comes across as an opportunist to the public. I think this is the biggest problem,” said the employee, who criticized the candidate’s flip-Flop on guns and immigration. “I think you have to assess seriously, your campaign and your candidacy, if you do not this debate.”
“You will not go to it,” said another longtime friend and supporter. “What is Kirsten ‘ to remain s reason? You should improve you will find some gracious way that you . . . as you would be fully completed and raises their conditional support of who gets [the nomination].”
“She’s not going to make it. What is Kirsten ‘ to remain s reason?”
— Long-Time Supporter Of Gillibrand
Gillibrand hawking T-shirts has resorted to anyone willing to chip in $1 to her on the debate stage.
“The time is running out, a FREE Gillibrand shirt 2020 t, if you donate $1 Kirsten for the backup’s spot on the debate stage,” said the candidate, one of several fundraising e-mails this month the promotion of the offer.
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“The offer is only for followers who noticed her first donation to Gillibrand in 2020”, in the small print.
The shirt is a USA-based, to save union-made, cotton/polyester blend — retails for $30 on the candidate’s campaign.
So far, the Gillibrand campaign has taken money from about 115,000 individual donors and the lagging behind of the lower classes, candidates like Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, and Marianne Williamson, both of which have already blown past the 130,000 mark.