WATCH: Kari Lake Gives PERFECT Answer to CBS Reporter’s Gotcha Question

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(SNews) – Arizona’s Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake shamed a CBS reporter with the perfect answer to a question about the mother of deceased Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick.

The CBS reporter said:

“The mother of Brian Sicknick is saying that people like you are responsible for her son’s death.”

Lake said: “I just want to say to Cindy Sicknick I am so sorry about the death of your son. It is tragic.

“I am a mother myself and it breaks my heart.

“That is a wound that never heels so I don’t want to disparage her.

“She doesn’t know me, I wasn’t anywhere near the Capitol on Jan 6.

“I feel her pain and see the pain in her eyes so I would never try to disparage her.”

Lake then talked about “moms and dads on the campaign trail” who lost kids to fentanyl and how she sees the same pain in them.

She then said she is used to attack ads and that the people of Arizona know her for 28 years so the attacks aren’t landing.

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’s press secretary Christina Pushaw responded to Lake’s handling of the question.

“Perfect answer,” Pushaw said.

“The CBS activist was clearly attempting to bait you into disparaging a grieving mother.

“It’s awesome that you saw right through it and handled this loaded question in such a classy manner.

“IMO, this isn’t journalism, it’s a psy-op to divide Americans.”

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) said:

“Proud of @KariLake for this answer bc it’s true.

“The hateful left blames us everyday for things we did not do or cause.

“But because we are mothers, we unapologetically fight against the Democrat policies destroying this country and hurting every single American.”

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