"The president had a unique vantage point in terms of advice from military leadership, in terms of intelligence that is incredibly precise that congressional leaders do not have. I support the president's decision," Stefanik said.
"Ending violence against women should not be partisan, but unfortunately House Democrats have politicized it," Stefanik said as House Republicans cheered. "Scoring political points"
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