Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), who has been floated for a possible 2020 contender for president, excoriated President Donald Trump on Thursday, using the same vulgar language the Democratic party railed against in the past.
According to The Hill, Gillibrand was addressing the Personal Democracy Forum in New York City when she dropped the f-bomb while assessing her perception of Trump's presidential performance.
“Has he kept his promises?" she asked the crowd. "No, F*ck no!”
Gillibrand also noted that if lawmakers weren't doing their jobs — specifically in Congress — they should take a second look at their career path.
“If we are not helping people, we should go the f*ck home,” she said.
The line was an echo from an Apr. 2017 interview she gave to New York magazine which essentially read the same way.
In Jul. 2016, however, Hillary Clinton put out an ad called "Our Children Are Watching," which referenced young children listening in on lawmakers' comments — and naturally highlighted comments and statements belonging to Trump that Clinton wanted to use against him to sling mud during the election.
“Our children are watching," the ad noted. "What example will we set for them?” it asked.
As a result of her profane language, Gillibrand was taken to task on social media by those who didn't appreciate her colorful speech.
See some of Twitter's responses to Gillibrand's language below.
@SenGillibrand I agree , if you are obstructing America from becoming great again go the hell home. ALL DEMOCRATS GET THE FU_ _ OUT.— Deplorable Rodent (@vhfancc) June 9, 2017
Bet the kids are SO PROUD of their mom?— William Cooper (@William71963646) June 9, 2017
See the uncensored — and NSFW — video below.