Youngkin campaign ad uses McAuliffe's words to showcase his stance against parents influencing schools
Added 10-18-21 10:29:02pm EST - “The campaign of Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin has clapped back after his Democratic opponent, Terry McAuliffe, accused him of "twisting" the Democrat's words on education.” - Foxnews.com
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Virginia governor candidate Glenn Youngkin discusses his opponent’s comments on education as the DOJ taps the FBI to investigate parents and potential threats against school boards
FIRST ON FOX: The campaign of Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin has clapped back after his Democratic opponent Terry McAuliffe accused the Republican of "twisting" his words on education.
Youngkin is launching an ad showing footage of the seven times McAuliffe said he doesn't want parents determining what schools teach their children. The ad, which the campaign exclusively provided to Fox News, uses footage of McAuliffe's own words to make his position clear.
Earlier on Monday, the McAuliffe campaign released an ad claiming that the Republican had been "taking my words out of context" on the issue.
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