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Yesterday Steyn did double-duty on radio and television. First up was three hours of substitute-host-level Excellence in Broadcasting on the wireless. You can find a few moments from Monday's show here - and more details on that Mark Steyn Cruise he mentioned here.
Afterwards it was on to telly with Brian Kilmeade in for Tucker - and the state of the Democrat presidential race as represented by Biden, Beto, Saint Pete and the flailing Senator Gillibrand:
Presidential hopeful Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., recently has been preaching morality but instead should be seen as an opportunist, according to Mark Steyn.
Gillibrand was formerly a moderate Democrat while serving as a congresswoman from upstate New York before becoming the progressive 2020 candidate she is today, Steyn said Monday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
"I think her moral compass is actually sitting at the bottom of Lake Champlain," he said, nodding to the waterway separating New York's North Country from Vermont.
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