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Kirsten Gillibrand Apr 9
President Trump is weak. He is a coward. Americans deserve a president who's brave. It's time to put a leader back in the White House.
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CNN Apr 9
Kirsten Gillibrand says her two sons, ages 15 and 10, are “disgusted” with President Trump: “I won’t even tell you the nicknames they have, that would be inappropriate."
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Kirsten Gillibrand Apr 9
We have to end sexual assault and harassment in this country because it comes down to one important question: Do we value women? There's only one acceptable answer.
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Kirsten Gillibrand Apr 9
Americans deserve a president who leads with bravery and compassion—not cowardice and hate. If you're ready to take on this fight with us, chip in $5 to help power this campaign:
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Kirsten Gillibrand Apr 9
If you've served your sentence and are reentering society, you should have the right to participate in our democracy and have a say in who represents you. We should restore returning citizens' right to vote.
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Kirsten Gillibrand Apr 9
We need Medicare For All, and I wrote a plan to get there by creating a public option that you can buy into. That's how we can create competition with insurance companies, get costs down, and make sure everyone has access to the health care they need.
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Kirsten Gillibrand Apr 9
When kids are being killed in their schools and in their communities in an epidemic of gun violence, every public official's humanity should kick in. NRA money is in the way. This can't wait—we have to put lives over greed.
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Kirsten Gillibrand Apr 9
What President Trump is doing to immigrant families at the border is inhumane and has nothing to do with national security. We need a complete transformation of our immigration policy and a real pathway to citizenship.
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Kirsten Gillibrand Apr 9
I'm the right candidate to take on President Trump because I can bring people together. I have and I can win red, purple, and blue districts. We need a president who will fix what's broken in this country—that's why I'm running.
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Charlotte Clymer🏳️‍🌈 Apr 9
Another thing Sen. Gillibrand did well was addressing her past record as a member of the House, directly saying she was wrong in some of her views, and that we should welcome a good faith evolution in our elected officials. And she's right.
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CNN Apr 9
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand says President Trump is “unwilling to listen, he is unwilling to admit when he’s wrong. He’s actually incapable of it. And I think it’s one of the reasons why he’s such a cowardly president.”
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Kirsten Gillibrand Apr 9
If you're unwilling to stand up to the special interests that control everything in Washington, you're never going to make the changes we need. We need a president who's brave enough to stand up to the powerful and fight for what's right.
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CNN Apr 9
“I am for Medicare for All and I believe that the best way to get there is let people buy in, and that is how we get to single-payer over a very short transition period,” Kirsten Gillibrand says about health care.
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Tom D'Angora Apr 9
"Hillary Clinton has put those 65,000 million cracks in that ceiling...Hillary Clinton is a role model for all of us" - just now at
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CNN Apr 9
Kirsten Gillibrand on potentially lowering the voting age to 16: “I don’t know. I really don’t know. I like the idea of it because we want to inspire more young people, but I do like the fact that when you turn 18, you earn this right.”
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Kirsten Gillibrand Apr 9
We should confront the existential threat of climate change like JFK's moonshot: Let's pass a and get to net-zero carbon emissions not because it's easy, but because it's hard. The whole point is that it's an ambitious set of goals—why not try?
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Charlotte Clymer🏳️‍🌈 Apr 9
Sen. Gillibrand nailed the answer on a "religious left", that faith is open to all people and how her faith has anchored her in serving other people and easing their suffering. As a Christian and someone who is proudly progressive, I love that perspective.
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Charlotte Clymer🏳️‍🌈 Apr 9
"I don't know enough about this idea and want to make an informed decision." I do believe vaccines should be federally mandated, but I'm honestly really impressed by Sen. Gillibrand's answer. I like it when elected officials express this kind of humility.
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CNN Apr 9
Kirsten Gillibrand says that her comments that former President Bill Clinton should have resigned amid the Monica Lewinsky scandal did not cost her the relationship she has with former first lady Hillary Clinton.
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Jesse Lehrich Apr 9
at this , she has both admitted she was wrong on an issue, & been honest about needing to study another more closely before taking a stance. I find this *SO* refreshing.
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