Arizona governor hopeful Karin Taylor Robson blasts ‘fraudulent’ Kari Lake before primary: ‘an opportunist’
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Republican Arizona gubernatorial candidate Karin Taylor Robson criticized her opponent, Kari Lake, ahead of Tuesday’s election, referring to her as a “fraud,” a “fake,” and a “fantastic actress” as an anti-Trump Republican. It was for his innings. She wants to win the party’s nomination for governor while singing the praises of the former president.
In an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital, Robson detailed why she was a “better choice” on Lake to take on Katie Hobbs, a potential Democratic nominee in November’s general election, and as a business owner and community worker. As told about his experience. The reason primary voters should choose him on election day.
“I’m the better choice because I don’t need on-the-job training. I’d say to voters that if you want to see what it looks like, look at Kamala Harris. It ain’t pretty,” Robson compared Lake to Said to deceive Vice President Kamala Harris, a former journalist.
“I would bring 30 years of experience to the table on issues important to Arizona. I would bring 30 years of experience as an executive, as a small business owner, as an attorney, as someone who , who has signed both sides. Paycheck, as someone who has a reputation for pulling people together, bringing people together to solve complex problems,” he added.
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When asked about her chances of coming out on top in the race that saw the lake, which has been endorsed by former President Donald Trump, with a steady lead in the polls, Robson argued that she was an upstart and in recent elections. Pointing to showed that he had closed the gap.
“I feel great … I can tell you that I would prefer me over my opponent right now, because we started this year on zero, but now we are neck and neck,” she said. “And with each passing day, as more and more people get to know the real Kari Lake, they are discovering that she is actually a hoax, a fake. She is not what she says she is. She is the one.” Brilliant actress, I will give it to her, but every day that is passing, people are coming in my way.”
Last week, Fox News Digital broke the story that Lake shared an anti-Trump “not my president” meme on Facebook just days before his inauguration in January 2017. Robson said he was an original supporter of Trump during his first run. White House in 2016.
Despite the revelations, Lake has maintained support for Trump, who first endorsed him in the race last year. However, his continued support didn’t deter Robson, who vowed to defend his record as president, as he pointed to other endorsements he received, including former Vice President Mike Pence and Republican Arizona Governor Doug Ducey.
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Robson blasted Lake on clear flip-flops, claiming that voters were “wake up” and decided to support him.
“It’s very revealing who she is. I believe she’s an opportunist … She didn’t show up until she was out of office, when she declared Joe Biden president.” did,” she said. “So I think people are waking up as soon as these facts come out. And so my numbers are where they are and that’s why we will win this race.”
Robson argued that his experience of being involved in the community, as well as his professional experience as a lawyer and business owner, would help him defeat Hobbes in the general election because it showed that he had no qualms across party lines. “The ability to bring people together”.
He then emphasized the importance of expanding on the work already done for education by the Arizona legislature, including banning the teaching of critical race theory, increasing school choice for parents, and improving teacher pay. was.
“Our legislature has expanded school choice options for every student in our state. I will not only support this, I will expand it. We will pay our teachers as we want to keep them because we need to do better for our children.” To do.” Robson said.
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“I believe that with competition, quality will increase, cost will come down, but parents will be able to choose. If a teacher is teaching CRT or anything close to that, they can take their child out of school. And put them in a school that’s teaching them real facts about American history, real facts about the extraordinary nature of our country.”
“Arizona will lead the way. We’ll show the rest of the country how to do it, and our kids are no less,” she said.
Fox News’ Aubrey Spady contributed to this report.