Mehmet Oz Senate Campaign Tour in Washington, Pennsylvania

TOUR AND TALK TO HIM ABOUT SOME CAMPAIGN PROBLEMS. WASHINGTON CITY MISSION STAFF SHOW DR. OZ THE FACILITY. THEN IT HAS 160 PEOPLE HOUSE. THIS IS ALL PART OF HIS SENATE CAMPAIGN. I HAVE ASKED THE REPUBLICAN NOMINATE TO ANSWER TO HIS OPPONENT PAUSE JOHN FETTERMAN PAZ ATTRACTIONS THAT HE LIVES IN NEW JERSEY BUT HE STAYS IN A HOUSE IN THE ZONE TO STAY IN THE OFFICE. >> MY FATHER WAS AN IMMIGRANT. HARDWORKING SUCCESS. WE RAISED JUST SOUTH OF PHILADELPHIA. I GO TO HIGH SCHOOL — MEDICAL SCHOOL IN PENN IN PHILADELPHIA. THEN I HAD TWO CHILDREN IN PENNSYLVANIA AS ADULT AND WE DECIDE IN NEW JERSEY. I’M PROUD TO SAY THAT I COULD CREATE TELEVISION PROGRAMS AND RUN MAJOR PROGRAMS TO CURE HEART PROBLEMS AND INVENT DEVICES TO CREATE HEART VALVES WITHOUT OPEN-HEART SURGERY. ALL THE THINGS I COULD DO BECAUSE I WAS A LITTLE BIT IN THE NEXT DOOR. WE MOVED BACK AND I HAVE VOTED IN PENNSYLVANIA SEVERAL TIMES. I AM A RESIDENT OF PENNSYLVANIA. >> HE IS OUT OF CHARGE TO DESCRIBE HIS DEMOCRATIC NOMINATE JOHN FETTERMAN OF DIFFERENCE IN HIS CAMPAIGN TRACK. I QUESTION IF THAT WAS AN INSINUATION ABOUT FETTERMAN’S CAPABILITY TO CAMPAIGN AFTER A BATTLE EARLIER THIS YEAR. >> I WON’T WORRY ABOUT HIS CAMPAIGN OPPORTUNITY. I’M CONCERNED WHAT HE WOULD DO WITH THOSE CRAZY IDEAS. HE DID NOT TELL US THAT HE SAYS GOOD AND I HAVE TO BELIEVE HIM BUT I HAVE NOT SEEN HIS MEDICAL INFORMATION BECAUSE HE HAS NOT RELEASED THEM AND NEITHER YOU. >> DOES IT MATTER IF YOU GO INTO A FEDERAL OFFICE. >> SENATE IS IMPORTANT THERE ARE ONLY 100. THAT’S YOUR HEALTH BUT AS A DOCTOR AND I HAVE THAT RIGHT FIRST. >> WE ALSO DISCUSSED TWO ISSUES, ABORTION AND GAY MARRIAGE. >> I THINK EVERY STATE SHOULD MAKE THE POLICY THAT IS WITH THEIR CITIZENS. I AM FOR LIFE. I RELY ON THE PENNSYLVANIA PEOPLE TO ARTICLE EXACTLY WHAT THEY NEED. NOW IT IS 24 WEEKS. WHEN PENNSYLVANIA DECIDES, THAT’S WHAT WE WILL LIVE WITH. I DO NOT WANT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO BE INVOLVED IN THIS PROCESS UNLESS THERE IS A BROAD SECOND PARTY CONSENSUS. >> I SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE WHO LOVE OR MARRY. MARRIAGE IS A PRECIOUS COVENANT. IT IS THE ONLY WHEN YOU SHIP WITH THE GOVERNMENT. YOU MUST SAY THAT I LOVE THIS PERSON AND I WILL STAY WITH THIS PERSON FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE. I STRONGLY SUPPORT MARRIAGE. I AM FOR GAY MARRIAGE. >> HE WILL BE BACK IN THIS AREA NEXT WEEK.

dr. Oz Defends Pennsylvania Residence Amid Fetterman Attacks

Republican Senate nominee Mehmet Oz visited the Washington City Mission on Tuesday. It is a shelter and rehabilitation program for the homeless. Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 joined the tour and asked him about the campaign. One-on-one with Oz: Watch the video above. Mission personnel showed Oz the facility. It houses 160 people at a time, including assistance for men, women, mothers and their children, as well as a specific program for veterans. It’s part of his state Senate campaign tour. We asked the Republican nominee to respond to accusations from his Democratic opponent, Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman, that he actually lives in New Jersey and is staying in a Pennsylvania house his in-laws own just to run for office. Immigrant and lived the American dream, which is why I love this country so much, went to the faculty of Jefferson Medical School, in Philadelphia. We grew up just south of Philadelphia,” said Oz. “I went to medical school at Penn in Philadelphia, went to business school at Wharton in Philadelphia. I married my wife in the house we now live in in Montgomery County, outside of Philadelphia.” Oz said he and his family moved to New Jersey to film his talk show, but moved back to Keystone State a year later. few years ago.” I voted several times in Pennsylvania. I’m a Pennsylvania resident,” he said. Oz accuses Fetterman of hiding in his basement instead of being on the campaign trail. When asked if that’s a insinuating was about Fetterman’s ability to campaign after suffering a stroke earlier this year, Oz said no. “I’m worried about what he’d do because he’s got those crazy ideas in his head and I don’t want them to be executed.” Oz said. “He hasn’t told us anything about his health, other than that he’s OK. As a doctor, I take his word for it because I haven’t been allowed to see any of his files, and neither are you.’ “I believe in exceptions. As a doctor, I have it in my heart to understand whether the mother’s life is in danger, whether there is rape or incest,” he said. Oz also expressed his support for same-sex marriage, saying: “I support people who love” We have reached out to Fetterman’s campaign for a response. Campaign spokesman Joe Calvello sent the following statement. John will trust his own real doctors, who have said he is fit to serve in the Senate, on the word of Dr. Oz, a TV star whose medical advice has been widely discredited. Just as he is now. has been doing for two decades, Dr. Oz is simply saying what will benefit him personally — regardless of whether it’s true or not.”

Republican Senate nominee Mehmet Oz visited the Washington City Mission on Tuesday. It is a shelter and rehabilitation program for the homeless. Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 joined the tour and asked him about the campaign.

One-on-one with Oz: Watch the video above.

Mission personnel showed Oz the facility. It provides shelter for 160 people at a time, including assistance for men, women, mothers and their children, as well as a specific program for veterans.

It’s part of his state senate campaign.

We asked the Republican nominee to respond to accusations from his Democratic opponent, Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman, that he actually lives in New Jersey and is staying in a Pennsylvania house owned by his in-laws just to run for office.

“To answer the question, my father, who is an immigrant and lived the American dream, which is why I love this country so much, went to the Jefferson Medical School faculty in Philadelphia. We grew up just south of Philadelphia,” said Oz. “I went to medical school at Penn in Philadelphia, went to business school at Wharton in Philadelphia. I married my wife in the house we now live in in Montgomery County, outside of Philadelphia.”

Oz said he and his family moved to New Jersey to film his talk show, but they moved back to Keystone State a few years ago.

“I voted several times in Pennsylvania. I am a Pennsylvania resident,” he said.

Oz accuses Fetterman of hiding in his basement instead of being on campaign. When asked if that was an innuendo about Fetterman’s ability to campaign after suffering a stroke earlier this year, Oz said no.

“I’m concerned about what he would do because he has these crazy ideas in his head and I don’t want them to be implemented,” Oz said. “He hasn’t told us anything about his health, other than that he’s okay. As a doctor, I take his word for it, because I didn’t get permission to see his file, and neither do you.’

With the nullification of Roe v. Wade, Oz said abortion should be left to each state to decide.

“I believe in exceptions. As a doctor, I have it in my heart to understand whether the mother’s life is in danger, whether there is rape or incest,” he said.

Oz also expressed his support for same-sex marriage, saying, “I support people who love and marry each other.”

We’ve reached out to the Fetterman campaign for a response. Campaign spokesman Joe Calvello sent the following statement.

John will trust his own real doctors, who have said he is fit to serve in the Senate, on the word of Dr. Oz, a TV star whose medical advice has been widely discredited. Just as he is now. has been doing for two decades, Dr. Oz only says what benefits him personally — regardless of whether it’s true or not.”

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