Tulsi Gabbard 2020: Your First Female President

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On July 26, 2016, Democratic House Representative Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii introduced herself to America by delivering a speech (video left) in support of Senator Bernie Sanders’ nomination for the president of the United States.

It was a bold move. The US Army Major and Iraq War veteran was a woman and a member of the Democratic Party and expectations were such that, naturally, she would make the politically expedient move and support the female candidate and then-presumptive nominee and future first female president Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York. The party loyalists, in spite of the emergence of little-known candidate, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont (to that point an Independent), had largely coalesced behind what was considered the inevitable next and first female president. Mrs. Clinton had all the financial and political backing and a former and at the time well-liked former president husband, Bill.

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