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'We've invited you': Chris Wallace spars with Gillibrand over abortion controversy


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I'm not sure it's frankly very polite when we've invited you to be here."Gillibrand, who is polling at around one percent according to most national and early voting state polls, has yet to secure the 65,000 individual donor campaign contributions necessary to qualify her for the late June and July primary debates and hoped to use her platform on Fox to bolster support."I'll do it in a polite way," Gillibrand countered.“Instead of talking about Fox News why don’t you answer Susan’s question,” Wallace said redirecting the senator to her stance on late-term abortions.Gillibrand, a fervent supporter of abortion rights, has previously vowed to only nominate federal court judges who support Roe v. "The rules have changed."Gillibrand also accused Republicans of creating a "false narrative" that doctors allow healthy babies to die after they are born in order to ease the passage of the “Born-Alive Abortion Survivors” bill, legislation that would make it a felony for a doctor to harm or neglect a baby who survives an attempted abortion.CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APPGillibrand went on to say that President Trump "emboldened legislatures in over 30 states to begin to criminalize" a woman's decision to have an abortion, state laws that have been challenged in courts across the nation because of their direct conflict with the precedent set by the Constitution.The senator slammed a member of her own party, Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards, for signing a bill on Thursday that would prohibit women from having an abortion once a baby's heartbeat is detected, in almost all cases.

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