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Herschel Walker Calls Report He Paid For an Abortion a 'Repugnant Hatchet Job'

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Herschel Walker Calls Report, He Paid For an Abortion, a 'Repugnant Hatchet Job'.
On October 3, the Republican nominee in Georgia's Senate race, Herschel Walker, called the report that he paid for an abortion over a decade ago was a "flat-out lie.".
On October 3, the Republican nominee in Georgia's Senate race, Herschel Walker, called the report that he paid for an abortion over a decade ago was a "flat-out lie.".
CNN reports that Walker's denial comes
shortly after the Daily Beast reported
the nominee paid for a woman's abortion in 2009.
The Daily Beast reported that an anonymous woman provided
a receipt from the abortion clinic, a bank deposit receipt of a signed
personal check and a "get well" card allegedly from Walker. .
The Daily Beast reported that an anonymous woman provided
a receipt from the abortion clinic, a bank deposit receipt of a signed
personal check and a "get well" card allegedly from Walker. .
In a statement posted on Twitter, Walker called the report a , “repugnant hatchet job.”.
This is a flat-out lie – and I deny
this in the strongest possible terms, Raphael Warnock, Democratic Senator for Georgia, via CNN.
Now, they’re using an anonymous
source to further slander me.
They will do anything to hold onto power.
It’s disgusting, gutter politics, Raphael Warnock, Democratic Senator for Georgia, via CNN.
Now, they’re using an anonymous
source to further slander me.
They will do anything to hold onto power.
It’s disgusting, gutter politics, Raphael Warnock, Democratic Senator for Georgia, via CNN.
CNN reports that Walker is in one of the nation's
most competitive Senate races, facing off
with Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock.
CNN reports that Walker is in one of the nation's
most competitive Senate races, facing off
with Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock.
Walker, a first-time candidate, has opposed abortion
rights and said that he would support a national ban
on abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy.
Walker, a first-time candidate, has opposed abortion
rights and said that he would support a national ban
on abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy.
On October 4, Walker said he plans
to sue the Daily Beast for what he
has called a "defamatory lie.".
Walker's opponent Warnock reportedly said he
had not read the Daily Beast report and dodged
questions about how it might impact the race.
Walker's opponent Warnock reportedly said he
had not read the Daily Beast report and dodged
questions about how it might impact the race