The usual suspects of democrat presidential candidates met recently over two days in Detroit, Michigan.  It seemed that every democrat was trying to pander to every liberal group.  The debate resembled more of a gripe session than an actual exchange of ideas. One candidate has gotten the internet and the entire political world.  Senator Kristin Gillibrand vows to ‘Clorox the Oval Office’ When it comes to politics, it doesn't seem to take much for a comment to go viral on social media these days and it seems that Presidential candidate Kirsten Gillibrand has done just that.

The New York Senator is trending after a remark she made in Wednesday's Democratic debate. Gillibrand said, if elected, "The first thing I'm going to do as president is I am going to Clorox the Oval Office."

In addition to those comments, the senator went after former Vice President Joe Biden several times.  Her other stand out comment was admitting that she has white privilege.  However, her Clorox remark quickly went viral, which leads us to the following questions: how do you feel about blunt comments from candidates?  What's your take on the current level of professionalism in politics today and does something need to change?

Do you believe that comments from Harris, Gillibrand, Sanders and other add to the presidential discussion or demean the process?  Look for more fallout from this story as we get closer to the weekend.



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