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Kirsten Gillibrand, Polling at About One Percent, Rips into Fox News and President Donald Trump

Kirsten Gillibrand, Polling at About One Percent, Rips into Fox News and President Donald Trump

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, the latest Democrat to appear on a Fox News town hall, used the opportunity to attack the network for its coverage of the late-term abortion issue. Add 2020 Elections as an interest to stay up to date on the latest 2020 Elections news, video, and analysis from ABC News.

After a retired nurse named Susan asked about late-term abortion, Gillibrand ripped into Fox.

"After a lengthy and emotional debate, the Illinois House passed a controversial abortion rights bill Tuesday that opponents characterized as extreme but supporters say is necessary to protect women as several states enact more restrictive laws", reports the Chicago Tribune.

The Democratic candidate said stricter gun control policies, like universal background checks, a federal gun trafficking law, a bump stock ban, and an assault rifle ban, would reduce the chance of future shootings. Kirsten Gillibrand (D., N.Y.) in 2008, where she wrote of her desire to work with the guns rights organization for "many years". Please join me in saying that loud and clear: "'We trust women'".

Wallace cut in: "Senator, I want to say we brought you here for an hour and we're treating you very fairly". "I can tell you before President Trump gave his State of the Union, Fox News talked about infanticide", said Gillibrand. "I'm not sure it's frankly very polite when we've invited you to be here".

Gillibrand said that she would "do it in a polite way". I understand that maybe to make your credentials with the Democrats who are not appearing on Fox News, you want to attack us.

Gillibrand then continued with her answer, still criticizing the network.

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Wallace just let her misinform the Fox News audience with this nonsense about how infanticide "doesn't happen".

This finally got a response from Wallace, who said, "All right mayor, we got to take a break here".

Wallace interrupted the senator asking "what about men?"

Gillibrand also accused Republicans of creating a "false narrative" that doctors allow healthy babies to die after they are born in order to ease the passage of the "Born-Alive Abortion Survivors" bill, legislation that would make it a felony for a doctor to harm or neglect a baby who survives an attempted abortion.

She garnered raucous applause after her parries on inclusion and intersectionality.

Gillibrand's appearance on Fox follows Sen. "And not only was I wrong, and not only should I have cared more about gun violence in other parts of my state or other parts of my country, I just didn't".

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