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Marco Rubio Destroys Kirsten Gillibrand's Identity Politics Nonsense

As the 2020 race to challenge Republican President Donald Trump heats up, the rhetoric among his likely opponents has become increasingly dramatic. 

New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, who is rumored to be planning a run for the White House, has rapidly descended into identity politics while attempting to capitalize on the #MeToo movement (despite building her entire political career on the backs of the Clintons, of course).


But Florida Senator Marco Rubio is calling Gilliabrand out on her antics and reminding everyone about what America really stands for.

Meanwhile, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has gone so far off the deep end with identity politics that she may have completely blown her 2020 chances.

Advisers close to Ms. Warren say she has privately expressed concern that she may have damaged her relationships to Native American groups and her own standing with progressive activists, particularly those who are racial minorities. Several outside advisers are even more worried: They say they believe a plan should be made to repair that damage, possibly including a strong statement of apology.

The advisers say Ms. Warren will have to confront the issue again if she announces a presidential campaign, which is expected in the coming weeks, and several would like her to act soon.

Publicly, at this point, the senator isn’t second-guessing her actions.


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