On "Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla," Jimmy spoke with his old boss Kennedy about Elizabeth Warren dropping out of the race for President and what it means for other women seeking the highest office in the land.
"I don't think you should be handicapped because of gender. And I also think that as a politician, you have to take responsibility. I've always been very big on personal responsibility and always going, okay, what could I have done differently? Instead of blaming everyone else, because that's too easy, I think there is some sexism there. I do think it's obviously easier for a man to get the nomination from either party. But I don't think that was the only cause of her downfall. And I think the only time she rose up was when Joe Biden was having the Ukrainian problem. And she wasn't able to get the momentum back when she was being hypocritical and untruthful about how she was going to pay for her Medicare for all plan, which was diet Bernie. And so people were like, if we go in tens of trillions of dollars in, why not just go full Bernie?"