"I will call Jacinda Ardern, if that's how you pronounce her name, who is the Prime Minister of New Zealand, because she has said that she wants New Zealand to be the country that is the best in the world for a child to grow up".
Her signature campaign proposal is a call for $100 billion in reparations for slavery to be distributed over 10 years, though she has also thrown out $200 and $500 billion as possible reparations figures. Williamson went on to call healthcare policies "superficial fixes". "We have a sickness care system in the United States", she said. Williamson hit out at President Donald Trump from the early going.
Williamson was one of the 10 candidates at the second night of the Democratic primary debate on Thursday night in Miami.
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"I am not anti-vaccine", she said, adding that she may have misspoken on the topic previously.
When asked how she would lower the cost of prescription drugs, Williamson sidestepped the question by announcing that Trump won in 2016 just by saying "Make America Great Again".
She told reporters the other candidates were all lovely people and she didn't really rate her performance. "Because our economic policies create so much economic tension". What he had thought was conviction. "We Democrats have to stop apologizing for what we believe".
"It was a tough situation and I'm going to practice up on elbowing my way in", she said.
Ms Williamson also ended her debate with a message for Donald Trump about love. "About our history, about how each of us fit into it, and how to create a sustainable future".
If you hated every other candidate on that stage, if you're sick of politicians saying whatever it will take to get them elected, there's Marianne Williamson, a serious contender in the ironic fuck-it-all vote. In 2014, Williamson ran as an independent to fill a seat in California's 33rd Congressional District.
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