Tulsi Gabbard 2020 US Presidential Candidate, US to pursue denuclearization after North Korea, Democratic Congress woman. The first Hindu congresswoman in the US is a Democrat who has earlier voiced her support for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s policies.
Gabbard’s transformation from cherished party asset to party critic and outcast was rapid, and was due almost entirely to her insistence on following her own belief system and evolving ideology, rather than party dogma and the longstanding rules for Washington advancement.
And while Gabbard’s latest fundraising email doesn’t appear tied to a specific news article it does say she’s worried about being bumped from the summer debate stage despite the fact her campaign says she’s already qualified under Democratic National Committee rules.
While over 175,000 veterans have voluntarily registered their names in the Burn Pit Registry, the Department of Veterans Affairs has admitted there are 3.7 million service members who may be eligible due to their exposure to these same toxic burn pits.
"She's the most intelligent and would be the best," he said. "If we had to pick one of them to be our president I think she would be giving us the best chance as for bringing about peace."
In a clip from an interview with Rep. @TulsiGabbard, @ggreenwald asks about criticism she has received regarding her views of certain repressive leaders like Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Watch the full interview: https://t.co/cTjjDSOPSF pic.twitter.com/terGFJGaFR
— The Intercept (@theintercept) May 9, 2019