He refuses to walk back the remarks he made ridiculing the Democrats over their "war on women" hysteria, AND fights the host's absurd charge that Republicans are "anti-woman" because they're pro-life.
"We're just borrowing your messaging, and pointing out to the American people that this 'war on women' fiction that the Democrats have tried to perpetrate on us, is actually a war on jobs and the economy, and a war that this president is losing, because women in this country know that the most important thing for anyone is a good job..."
Now this is solid messaging. No more contraception distractions.
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