Power & Politics: Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand
In 2009, Kirsten Gillibrand replaced Hillary Clinton and became the youngest member of the U.S. Senate. She soon became a political star in her own right, fighting for sexual assault survivors and against Donald Trump - and ultimately joining the race for president. But Gillibrand is probably best known for her work on women's rights. Gillibrand - the #MeToo senator - joins News 12 for an exclusive interview, taking News 12 behind the curtain of her run for the White House and answering all questions political and personal. It's her first studio interview since the pandemic began.