Shapiro: Gillibrand 'Relying on Charges of Sexism' Against Trump to 'Avoid Her Own Record'
Daily Wire editor Ben Shapiro said Monday on "The Story" that New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D) is "relying" on claiming to be a victim of sexism in order to deflect from her weak record in Congress.
Shapiro echoed the sentiment from Gillibrand's Republican opponent, businesswoman Chele Farley.
Farley said Gillibrand is "crying sexism because [President Trump] assailed her" for having a "failed record is an insult to women."
Last week, Trump praised Farley at a Utica, N.Y. rally, and said Gillibrand was "more aggressive" at seeking campaign contributions from the former real estate mogul than she is at seeking results for her New York constituents.
Farley said Gillibrand's cry of "sexism because [President Trump] assailed her" for having a "failed record is an insult to women."
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