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Kirsten Gillibrand ends her fake feminist presidential campaign

Unsurprisingly, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York ended her presidential campaign on Wednesday. Her short term on the national campaign stage was characterized by miserable election numbers and mediocre debates. Although Gillibrand was one of the few female candidates in a crowded male field, she lacked the star power and any real electoral base. Their failure might come as a …

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How the DNC forces Gillibrand and others to pull their tents together

Kirsten Gillibrand and other candidates are essentially being driven out of the running by Democratic leaders. And that's not necessarily a bad thing. The field is too swollen, leading to overcrowded debates and dullnesses leading the message of all but the few top contenders. A party would be insane if it did not try to win the competition for those …

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Kirsten Gillibrand leaves the presidential race 2020

"Today I am completing my presidential campaign," Gillibrand said on Twitter. "I'm so proud of this team and everything we've achieved, but I think it's important to know how you can best serve our supporters: Thank you, with all your heart, now let's Donald Trump Gillibrand's exit decision is about to qualify for the Third Democratic Primary Debate, as it …

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Steve King to Gillibrand: The likelihood of me resigning is the same as yours winning the presidential nomination

Rep. Steve King Steven (Steve) Arnold KingBen Shapiro: It's a problem for you if you have more than one job. Cheney on Steve King's rape, incest comment: "It's time for him to go" MORE (R-Iowa) with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Kirsten Elizabeth Gillibrand The Hill's Morning Report – Recession Fears Rise and Markets dive – what now? King stirs up abortion, …

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Kirsten Gillibrand lied about Joe Biden because her weak feminism has no legs

S en. Kirsten Gillibrand, who swirled in the polls and found it was not enough to be a white feminist to fight in today's Democratic primary, shot Wednesday night at Joe Biden. Without legitimate criticism, the New York Senator referred to a commentary by Biden from 1981. As if that was not bad enough, she understood the content completely wrong. …

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Kirsten Gillibrand rejects the guilt of ousting Al Franken from the Senate

New York Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Kirsten Gillibrand rejected the idea that, according to a report released on Monday in early 2018, she should not have demanded the resignation of former Minnesota Senator Al Franken. During an event on Monday evening, Gillibrand addressed a New Yorker report calling her allegations of sexual misconduct at the end of Franks time …

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Gillibrand defends the demand that Franken withdraws from Buttigieg's comments

Democratic Presidential Candidate Kirsten Gillibrand Kirsten Elizabeth GillibrandGillibrand talks to Fox News about reporting abortions Gillibrand: "The NRA is the worst organization in this country & # 39; With debates on the horizon, Democrats tighten attack lines MORE ] on Monday defended their call for the resignation of former senator Al Franken (D-Minn.) On the grounds that credible allegations of …

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Gillibrand highlights the NRA as the "worst organization in this country" in Fox News City Hall

Town Hall with Kirsten Gillibrand: Part 1 The Democratic presidential candidate of 2020, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, discusses gun violence, the importance of women's voices in public life, urges the resignation of Sen. Al Franken and her attitude to abortion Moderator Chris Wallace in Dubuque, Iowa. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY. attempted to revive her fighting presidential candidacy in a fiery Fox …

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Gillibrand proposes to give "Democracy Dollars" to voters to donate to candidates

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, DN.Y., rolled out a plan Wednesday to provide voters with up to $ 600 worth of vouchers to hand them over to federal candidates for primacy and $ 100 in presidential nominations; Candidates for presidential candidates, members of parliament and senate. Candidates who accept the money would have to forego donations of more than $ 200 per …

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