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Author, and 2020 presidential candidate, Marianne Williamson, on the sidelines of Tuesday night’s democratic debate, gave a surprisingly gloomy answer to the innocent question of a child to a reporter who asked whether she had a pet.
You had a cat, she answered — and the cat died.
Williamson, whose focus have gained on spiritual solutions to political problems and statements about conquering hate with love, the her a significant following, in an Interview with the young reporter in the post-debate “spin room” in Detroit.
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“Do you have a pet?” the prospective clerk asked Williamson, seen in a video tweeted by Associated Press reporter Philip Crowther.
“Can I have a pet? I had died a cat, and the cat,” Williamson responded.
The video ends with a moment of awkward silence between Williamson and the reporter, the Crowther Jeffrey force with KidScoop media.
The moment, you provided a key lesson -that even the simplest of questions can lead to a catastrophic response.
But power recovered from the curve ball of yarn on him, thrown by the 2020 with hope and followed up with the question of what pet you would be in the White house. Williamson responded by saying it was a hard decision.
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“I love cats, but I had a dog when I was a child,” she answered, this time omitting any mention of the dog’s mortality. “The White house is very large. Theoretically, you can have a cat and a dog, because it is a big house.”