Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard says she’ll run for president in 2020

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Gabbard said in a CNN interview slated to air Saturday night that she will be formally announcing her candidacy within the next week.

More recently, Gabbard stirred controversy among fellow Democrats when she issued a statement accusing some of them of "religious bigotry" for questioning whether a judicial nominee's membership in a Catholic fraternal organization would affect his ability to apply the law.

Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard pipped Senator Kamala Harris in announcing she will run for the White House in 2020 in what is expected to be an expansive Democratic field of up to a dozen aspirants who will compete for the party nomination to take on Republican incumbent Donald Trump.

According to Gabbard, 37, her campaign would primarily focus on "the issue of war and peace". I look forward to talking with you more about this in the coming days.

"When we stand together, united by our love for each other and for our country, there is no challenge we can not overcome", Rep. Gabbard tweeted on Friday afternoon. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) in 2016.

Gabbard has a habit of bucking people in her own party. "When we stand together, united by our love for each other and for our country, there is no challenge we can not overcome". "Will you join me?"

Tulsi Gabbard, a Democrat holding a congressional seat in Hawaii, is an Iraq War veteran and now serves on the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

Born in American Samoa in 1981 to Carol and Mike Gabbard, she is the fourth of five children, all brought up in the Brahma Madhwa Gaudiya Sampradaya that her mother embraced following her introduction to the Krishna movement. In January, she met with Assad without informing leaders in her party, and she dismissed his opposition ― including rebels backed by the United States ― as "terrorists". While her support for Sanders' economic message may turn off libertarians for obvious reasons, it's hard to imagine there being anyone in either major party primary who will be more critical of America's wasteful and seemingly endless post-9/11 wars.

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Hindus constitute less than one per cent of the American population, an overwhelming majority of whom are either from India or are people of Indian-origin.

"I stepped down from the legislature where I served, and headed to a war zone", Gabbard recalled at the 2012 Democratic National Convention.

Tulsi Gabbard is a four-time Democratic lawmaker in the US House of Representatives from Hawaii. She also noted that the 2003 invasion of Iraq was based on faulty intelligence and said that she wanted to understand the evidence of the Syria attack. She has so much aloha for the people.

President Trump has announced to seek his re-election.

Gabbard backs domestic policy items such as Medicare for All and a Green New Deal, and she garnered praise and notoriety for resigning from her post as vice chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to endorse Sen. Her participation in the race will raise the profile of some important issues, for which libertarians should be glad.

"There is one main issue that is central to the rest, and that is the issue of war and peace", Gabbard added. Former Vice President Joe Biden and former Rep. Robert Francis "Beto" O'Rourke (D-TX) are also reportedly considering running for president.

Rania Batrice, who was a deputy campaign manager for Bernie Sanders in 2016 and is now a top aide to Gabbard, will be her campaign manager, CNN reported. She has visited early primary and caucus states New Hampshire and Iowa in recent months and has written a memoir that's due to be published in May.

A dozen other aspirants have expressed interest in running - among them, former NY mayor Michael Bloomberg, former vice-president Joe Biden, Congressman Beto O'Rourke and Eric Swalwell, Senators Cory Booker, Sherrod Brown, Kirsten Gillibrand, Amy Klobuchar, Bob Casey, and governors Steve Bullock and Terry McAuliffe.