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Gabbard says she’s open to ‘face-to-face’ meeting with Clinton, amid ‘Russian asset’ accusation

Presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard on Monday suggested that a “face-to-face” with Hillary Clinton might be an appropriate next step, as both Democratic and Republican politicians, including President Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders, condemned Clinton’s unfounded suggestion that the congresswoman is a secret Russian asset.

Speaking to reporters at an Iowa coffee shop, Gabbard, D-Hawaii, lamented that Clinton had pulled out of a planned appearance at Fortune‚Äôs Most Powerful Women Summit, where Gabbard is set to speak. Clinton was said to have abandoned the summit to avoid appearing with former Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.

“Well, she had something to say about me, and I would have been very happy to have that conversation directly face-to-face with her,” Gabbard said.

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