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Democratic presidential hopeful American author Marianne Williamson speaks during the second democratic primary debate of the 2020 presidential campaign season

& # 39; Girlfriend, you are so through & # 39 ;: Marianne Williamson is stunning with bizarre achievements during the democratic presidential debate while promising to use & # 39; love & # 39; to beat Donald Trump

  • Self-help author Marianne Williamson stunned spectators during Dem debate
  • Spiritual guru promised to use & # 39; love & # 39; to defeat President Donald Trump
  • Declared that & # 39; chemicals & # 39; are the cause of many health problems in the US.
  • Sworn first acting as president would be to call the Prime Minister of New Zealand
  • Said she would tell PM Arden: & # 39; Girlfriend, you are so wrong & # 39; that NZ is the best for children
  • Some fans called her an & # 39; Wine aunt & # 39; with whom they would like to drink
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Author and spiritual guru Marianne Williamson has confused viewers and attracted new fans with her bizarre performance during the democratic presidential primary debate.

In a memorable moment, Williamson stated that her first act as president would be to call the Prime Minister of New Zealand and call the United States a better country to raise children.

& # 39; Girlfriend, you are through & # 39 ;, Williamson told Prime Minister Jacinda Arden, who said New Zealand is the best place in the world to raise a child.

Downgraded to the outer stage on the left flank, Williamson did not speak for the first 30 minutes of the debate until he came into discussion about health care policies.

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Democratic presidential hopeful American author Marianne Williamson speaks during the second democratic primary debate of the 2020 presidential campaign season

Democratic presidential hopeful American author Marianne Williamson speaks during the second democratic primary debate of the 2020 presidential campaign season

Williamson relegated to the left-most stage while studying the lowest on the field, along with congressman Eric Swalwell on the right-most stage

Williamson relegated to the left-most stage while studying the lowest on the field, along with congressman Eric Swalwell on the right-most stage

Williamson relegated to the left-most stage while studying the lowest on the field, along with congressman Eric Swalwell on the right-most stage

Williamson confused the other candidates' health policy positions as & # 39; superficial fixes & # 39; and said that President Donald Trump won without a plan by only & # 39; Make America Great Again & # 39; to repeat.

She went on to say that democrats should go & # 39; deeper & # 39; and that & # 39; chemicals & # 39; are the cause of many health problems in the US.

In her final statement, Williamson stated that she & # 39; love for political purposes & # 39; would bet to defeat Trump.

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However, her unusual performance attracted a lot of appreciation on social media, where many compared her to a & # 39; Wine aunt & # 39; with & # 39; healing crystal energy & # 39 ;.

& # 39; If the standard is for the candidate with whom you want to split wine, Marianne Williamson has won & # 39 ;, wrote a Twitter user.

Williamson speaks as the former governor of Colorado, John Hickenlooper, watches during the second night of the first democratic presidential debate in Miami

Williamson speaks as the former governor of Colorado, John Hickenlooper, watches during the second night of the first democratic presidential debate in Miami

Williamson speaks as the former governor of Colorado, John Hickenlooper, watches during the second night of the first democratic presidential debate in Miami

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& # 39; Marianne Williamson is all my mother's friends when the wine starts & # 39 ;, another wrote. & # 39;

& # 39; When asked why they voted for President Marianne Williamson, more than 30% of Americans said they were the kind of woman they could go to a wine bar, & # 39; another joked.

Singer Katy Perry felt a like-minded spirit in Williamson and wrote: "I'm not going to lie I look like Marianne Williamson after a few glasses of red."

The official Williamson campaign proposal is a call for $ 100 billion in reparations for slavery that is spread over 10 years, although it has also thrown away $ 200 and $ 500 billion as possible recovery figures.

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