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Nikki Haley’s Shocking Answer On Whether A Man Can Become A Woman

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Nikki Haley, during a tele-town hall with Iowa voters, avoided definitively stating whether a man can become a woman.

She emphasized that sex reassignment surgery should not be allowed before the age of 18, but refused to directly address the question.

This response came after a questioner expressed concern over Donald Trump’s response to a similar question. (Trending: Trump Breaks Records In Iowa Caucus)

“A lot of the stuff that Trump does, you know, and says, really bothers me, and I’m concerned about it,” said the man to Haley.

“You know, one thing I saw him do was, he said that, uh, he had trouble answering the question, could a man become a woman? And I’m just wondering what, what your response to that question is?” asked the audience member.

“Yeah, I mean, I think first of all, let’s look at the facts. Again, I’m sorry that we didn’t make it to Dubuque, and, and I hate that we’re not there but I appreciate you coming on here,” answered Haley.

Haley added that Trump was “the right president at the right time”:

“I agree with a lot of his policies. But rightly or wrongly, chaos follows him. And everybody on this call knows that. And we can’t be a country in disarray and a world on fire and go through four more years of chaos. We won’t survive it. And I think a lot of that is how he communicates and what happens. It just sets us all in disarray, and we can’t afford a President Kamala Harris,” explained Haley.

“Now, can a man become a woman? There’s been a lot that’s been talked about when it comes to all of these roles and all of these issues,” said Haley.

“I strongly believe that we should not allow any gender change surgeries to anyone before the age of 18. Period. We– kids now can’t get a tattoo until they’re 18. We shouldn’t have them permanently change their body until they’re 18. And that includes puberty blockers, that includes any sort of hormones that would do that,” she continued.

“After the age of 18, we want to make sure people can live any way they want to live. I don’t think government needs to be in control of anybody’s life,” said Haley.

“You go live the way you want to live, you should be free to live the way you want to live, and every– government and everybody else should stay out of your way,” added Haley.

“But prior to 18, it is an important time, especially when you’re going through your teenage years that can be confusing. I don’t think we should ever in any way have any sort of permanent changes,” declared the former ambassador.

Trump, in the past, signed a pledge affirming the biological distinction between men and women, stating that only women can be pregnant and bear children.

“But after 18, I’m not going to say anything. I think that, you know, you always have to believe in freedom and allowing people to live the life the way they want to live, and if that’s how they choose then, you know, I don’t think government should have any say in that,” concluded Haley.

“As President of the United States, I promise to uphold the truth that women are exclusively female. Only women can be pregnant and bear children. Only women can be mothers,” read part of the pledge.

“Sex is binary is a scientific reality, and all federal agencies will be directed to uphold this fact in every policy and program at home and abroad,” it continued.

“A persons’ [sic] claim of ‘gender identity’ does not overrule their sex,” it concluded.

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