Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Democratic Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams said President Donald Trump calling her unqualified to be governor was a “vapid and shallow” assessment.
Abrams said, “I find his assessments to be vapid and shallow. I am the most qualified candidate. I am a business owner. I’m a tax attorney who was trained at Yale Law School. I am a civil leader who helped register 200,000 Georgians. I’m a very accomplished political leader who worked across the aisle to improve access to education, to transportation, and I blocked the single largest tax increase in Georgia history. There is no more qualified standing for this office in Georgia and I look forward to having the voters of Georgia say the same.”
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