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Meghan McCain Accuses Presidential Hopeful Tulsi Gabbard An 'Assad Apologist'

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Meghan McCain Accuses Presidential Hopeful Tulsi Gabbard An 'Assad Apologist'

Meghan McCain Accuses Presidential Hopeful Tulsi Gabbard An 'Assad Apologist'

According to a report by Business Insider, Democrat Tulsi Gabbard has been hammered over her controversial interactions with and statements on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad since declaring that she's running for president in 2020.

While appearing on ABC's 'The View' Gabbard entered into a heated debate with host Meghan McCain.

McCain reportedly said, "When I hear the name Tulsi Gabbard, I think of Assad apologist.

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