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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.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, said on Monday that it was “still angry” about your uncle voting for then-candidate Donald Trump in 2016, but touted the relationship as proof that they understand how the President and his followers see the world.
“I hate to admit it, this is a fact, but I have an uncle who voted for Trump,” the democratic presidential said candidate of The Washington Post, Robert Acosta. She clenched her fists, sighed, and then he smiled in reaction to this fact.
“I have not spoken to you about it, so I can’t tell you why. I’m still angry,” she said later in the conversation. If you have learned from your cousin about your votes, she was in disbelief.
“I said, ‘this can’t be true. You, as much as I loved Hillary,'” said she knew, based on the former Democratic presidential candidate.
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Gillibrand stated on Tuesday that she was different than the other Democratic candidates, that they are in a unique position to persuade rural Trump voters on progressive measures such as “Medicare for all.”
She claimed that she was able to convince those voters of the need for this type of policy. The New York senator also said Costa, it would be “to convince the simple,” gun-rights supporters of the need for gun control.
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“This is too easy for me,” she said, before she pointed to the “alarming” amount of gun deaths in the last ten years. Gillibrand added that she favors the prohibition of the use and the purchase of the “military-style assault weapons.”