Trump spokeswoman: 'maybe I'll wear a fetus'

Trump spokeswoman: 'maybe I'll wear a fetus'

Donald Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson responded to criticism over a necklace made of bullets she wore on-air by saying she might wear a necklace made of fetuses to draw attention to the issue of abortion.

When Donald Trump's spokeswoman, Katrina Pierson, appeared on CNN the other day for an interview, she was flaunting a necklace made of bullets - leading to plenty of questions and criticism from the more liberal side of things.

But while Pierson talked politics, viewers set their eyes on her necklace, which some viewers found troubling.

She responded to Sciutto by saying it was a show of support for small businesses, presumably gun dealers.

A Trump spokeswoman's aggressive accessorizing during a recent TV interview has officially taken the right-wing gun obsession to a new level.

Naturally, Twitter users went into a frenzy discussing the controversial appearance.

'Of course it will be interpreted literally.

Not long after that Pierson reacted with a shocking response. Never [mind] the point being made.

Katrina Pierson, a former Texas activists corralled into the Trump campaign, has the unenviable task of trying to make sense of the businessman's daily ranting, acting as either an apologist or an advocate for the tycoon's latest screed.



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