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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, responded to a controversial Health and Human Services rule, by claiming that the President of Trump management was motivated by hatred and cruelty.
“They have no agenda but hate. No ‘benefits’ that hurt people. No motivation, but cruelty. Disgusting, outrageous and pathetic,” she tweeted on Saturday.
You commented on an article about the HHS rule, the reverse would be Obama-to-protect-era decision-making, gender-identity, “according to the Federal laws prohibiting sex discrimination in health care”.
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Gillibrand, a 2020 contender, added to the many progressive voices, the termination of the Trump government’s decision. It was the last in a series of directives, the sex discrimination interpreted in protection measures, since only the application of the biological attributes described rather as a self-identity.
HHS has pushed back on the idea that their decision would result in discrimination. “I don’t want to see that happen,” Roger Severino, Director of the Office of Civil Rights, reportedly said.
“Everyone deserves to treated with dignity and respect,” he said, noting that he did not intend “the full scope of laws to enforce” anti-discrimination.
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Gillibrand, the comments have a wave of criticism on Twitter:
Gillibrand, an outspoken critic of the President, has also, together with other 2020 candidates in the condemnation of the abortion laws, and the immigration practices of the administration.
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According to real clear politics’ polling average, she fell behind a long list of other candidates vying for the candidacy of the Democrats, only 0.7 percent of the support grip.
Trump, in the meantime, enjoyed the strong support of the Republican National Committee and promoted achieved economic milestones under his management. These contain significant GDP growth, record low unemployment in the population and within the minority segments, and rapid manufacturing growth.