Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) reacts to the near-total abortion ban that was signed into law in Alabama with the aim of challenging the landmark Roe vs. Wade decision that legalized abortion.
"We are rolling back the clock decades," Gillibrand said Wednesday night. "If they were doing this on any other issue, you would see a groundswell of outrage."
"I'm telling you, women have been marching against this president since he was inaugurated," the Democratic presidential candidate told CNN's Anderson Cooper. "Global women's marches. Women turned up to the polls in 2018, flipping the House of Representatives because bold women ran across this country on issues of passion and rights. So this is just beginning, Anderson. If the president wants a fight with the American people and American women, he's got it. "