Sen. Gillibrand says Trump creates hate, division & then proceeds to sow hate, division

While it’s still pretty early and there are likely to be others that will get in, Kirsten Gillibrand has not been garnering much support. Almost every poll taken has her near the bottom of the field.

The New York senator was recently speaking at that annual “We the People” summit in Washington D.C. when she had a situation similar to that of Jeb Bush’s “please clap” moment during the last presidential election cycle.

She was talking about her campaign announcement, where she apparently made it outside of Trump Tower in New York.   If you don’t remember it, no one else does it either.

The Democrat then asks the crowd if they saw her speech and then about three people can be heard cheering wildly.  If you have to ask people if they saw a particular campaign speech of yours, I’m guessing you probably already have your answer.

 

But that’s not all. Gillibrand then goes on to say that the fight must be brought to Trump because he is responsible for creating so much hate and division in this country.

But what does she do next?

She proceeds to call the President of the United States a “coward,” “weak”  and “small” and that he “punches down.”

It’s almost as if they don’t understand the word “ironic.”

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