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In video for White House run, Gabbard calls on Americans to 'come together'

http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/2019/01/24/new-video-white-house-run-gabbard-calls-americans-come-together-tackle-big-problems/
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Jan 24, 2019 7:04 PM 1+ mon ago

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard dialed up her 2020 campaign for president Thursday with an artfully-produced online video explaining her reasons for running.

The video, which runs one minute and 22 seconds, decries the divisive nature of American politics and says the power of love can help people find common ground.

"It takes every single one of our hands, our hearts and our voices, motivated by this love and aloha to take on those forces and those obstacles that can seem too great to overcome."

She continues, "There is no force more powerful than love. This is how we come together as America."

In the video, Gabbard -- at times wearing her military fatigues or dress uniform -- also highlights her anti-interventionist stance, pointing to the ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan that have cost American taxpayers trillions and destabilized the region.

The video was dropped on the same day that Gabbard took to Twitter to urge the president against ...

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