“In an hour-long town hall in Dubuque, Iowa, she parried questions on President Trump’s border wall, her conservative House record and the trade war with China. She even attacked the network itself for what Gillibrand called its spreading of a ‘false narrative’ on abortion rights,” Politico reports.
“But Gillibrand’s biggest moment — and a potential viral clip — came during an exchange with Fox News’ host Chris Wallace, who asked Gillibrand to explain her tweet from December 2018, when she said the future was ‘female’ and ‘intersectional.’ ‘We want women to have a seat at the table,’ Gillibrand said. At that, Wallace jumped in and asked: ‘What about men?’”
“‘They’re already there — do you not know?’ Gillibrand said, greeted by one of the biggest rounds of applause of the night. ‘It’s not meant to be exclusionary, it’s meant to be inclusionary,’ she said. ‘All right, we’re not threatened,’ Wallace responded.”Save to Favorites