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"Christo that something doesn't help. This debate is the distortion that we're seeing on Facebook or even by FOX business news by taking the president's saying about Nancy Pelosi and distorting altering videos of her suggests that there's something wrong. Understand that it's part of moving your bones democrat to attack Fox News. We have you here training fairly. Let's move on. Okay. Is it your congressman? Yeah. All right. It distorts the debate and it's something, the Russians did and the twenty sixteen election. I just don't think the Facebook and the president should be conducting themselves that way. All right. Well, we'll talk about Facebook and the president, you're one of the two dozen Democrats running for president and I wanna put up on the screen the latest polls because nationally, we have you at zero percent. We don't. That's the latest Monmouth. University Paul and your one percent Iowa. Which is the state where you were born question, sir. Why run for president when there are so many candidates. I guess it's two dozen democratic candidates, and you're so far behind. Chris, I'm from the generation that is paying the price on climate change and took my kid to school for orientation last week. And I saw, you know, while I was taking lives thinking about things that most parents didn't have to think about a generation before, which is whether he's going to be safe or not. And when it comes to our healthcare, we're paying so much out of our pocket today that I feel responsibility to run. I was the first in the family to go to college by see that my generation's going to do worse than the next generation, and I'm going to do something about that. And I'm not going to give up its early in the race. I'm gonna keep fighting comes. Well, thank you. Thanks for your time safe travels on the campaign trail, sir. My pleasure. Thanks for coming up with bringing our Sunday group to discuss President Trump's decision to let the attorney general."