Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., resorted to using profanity during a speech Friday when she was talking about President Donald Trump.
"Has he kept any of these promises? No. F—k no," she said at the Personal Democracy Forum at New York University.
"Sorry, I understand this is a younger audience. OK?"
Later in the speech, Gillibrand dropped another f-bomb.
"Fundamentally, if we are not helping people, we should go the f—k home," she said.
She also used the word "bitching" later during her NYU appearance.
Mediaite posted a clip of Gillibrand's comments.
Gillibrand and other Democrats have used profanity while referencing Trump's presidency in recent months, as Politico noted in April.
Gillibrand was first elected to the Senate in 2010 to replace Hillary Clinton when the latter became secretary of state. She said earlier this year that running for president in 2020 is not in her plans.
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