During an appearance on FNC’s “Your World” on Thursday, host Neil Cavuto asked Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI) about the possibility her party could continue to suffer from the perception it has embraced socialism.
Dingell referenced her father-in-law John Dingell, Sr., who was also a congressman for Michigan and played a role in the implementation of Social Security, which at that time was criticized for having properties of socialism.
She suggested that given Social Security’s popularity, embracing things labeled “socialism” does not always turn out to be bad.
“You know, this is what I’m going to say, Neil. And I’m very blunt about this. None of us can be judgmental. We need to look at the number of people that voted for President Trump and why. I am someone who thinks that we have, A, let Republicans define who we are. And I use this — you have seen all this