Questions still linger about Gilligbrand.
After crawling on her hands and knees begging for money, she still voted against the Wall to protect America from unwanted illegal aliens. (Source)
Offering little to nothing to her constituents, she panders to the females saying she won’t tolerate sexist slurs?
What would be wrong with passing authoring bipartisan legislation that would help most of them in their stations in life?
Remember, Republicans aren’t the party of obstruction and destruction, the Democrats are.
She’s attractive, and intelligent but in pretending to be in the pocket of Wall Street, she will prove herself to be just one more lying politician who can’t be trusted.
We don’t know why type of tricks she turned particularly from Harvey Weinstein, but its clear she will take money form those who do not have America’s best interest at heart.
One obvious for 2020 one obvious candidate should be Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.).
Kirsten Gillibrand 2020? Not with her Wall Street problem.
She has a decent national profile, a couple of solid signature policies, and a lot of goodwill with the Democratic base for defying President Trump early.
Plus, she would be able to claim that first female president ring that eluded Hillary Clinton. (Better still, she doesn’t have one quarter of the baggage that Clinton had.)
There’s just one big problem: Wall Street.If she wants to lock up the next Democratic presidential primary, she would be wise to make herself absolutely loathed by the bankster class.
The basic shape of a potential Gillibrand candidacy is outlined reasonably well in a sympathetic profile by Rebecca Traister. Gillibrand started her career in a conservative district in New York, taking office in 2006 as part of the great Democratic wave.
She had been a lawyer for Big Tobacco in her early career, and started out as a Blue Dog conservative, holding pro-gun, pro-austerity, and anti-immigration positions.
Do not fear about being called a Ho Ms. Gillibrand, the only thing that separates you from the majority of the members of congress is that you wear a skirt.
President Trump’s son Eric Trump agrees with his father’s controversial assessment of Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, saying the Democratic senator previously asked for campaign money “every three days.”
“I remember Kirsten Gillibrand when she came into his office every three days to ask him for money and asking for major campaign contributions,” Eric Trump, 33, told WABC radio host Rita Cosby in an interview Wednesday.
“There is no one who wanted to get into his office more than Kirsten Gillibrand.
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“It’s amazing how convenient it is that he’s doing incredibly well there — a minute away from finalizing, maybe the most historic tax cut to our nation and here she is,” he said.
“She follows the whole Schumer playbook.
Again, it’s a shame, but it’s a distraction. I think we’ve gotten pretty good at tuning out distractions, at least I have.”
Mrs. Gillibrand and other Democrats have called on the president to resign after several women came forward again Monday to renew their allegations of sexual harassment against him.
Mr. Trump lashed out at the senator on Twitter Tuesday, calling her a “lightweight,” who would “come to my office ‘begging’ for campaign contributions not so long ago (and would do anything for them).”
Mrs. Gillibrand on Tuesday called the tweet a “sexist smear” and accused the president of trying to silence his accusers.
“It was a sexist smear attempting to silence my voice, and I will not be silenced on this issue,” she said. “Neither will the women who stood up to the president yesterday.”
Eric Trump said the Democratic calls for the president to resign have “no significance,” and that his father will continue to “push forward” with “what’s ultimately right for this country.”
He said his father is an “amazing person” who is not capable of doing the things he’s accused of.
“I think the allegations are totally unfounded and baseless,” he said.