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Actress Alyssa Milano Announces Meeting with Sen. Cruz to Discuss Disagreement on Guns

By Craig Bannister | September 5, 2019 | 4:37pm EDT
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Liberal activist and actress Alyssa Milano says she’s scheduled to meet with Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) to discuss their differences on Second Amendment and gun violence issues.

On Sunday, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) accepted a Twitter invitation by actress/activist Alyssa Milano to meet and “hear your bullsh*t 1st hand.”

On Wednesday, anti-gun activist Milano tweeted that she has scheduled a meeting with Cruz for next Tuesday, September 10, when she will be visiting Washington, D.C.

Milano says she will enter the meeting with an open mind, and that she plans to treat the pro-Second Amendment Republican senator with respect:

“I’ll be meeting with @tedcruz on Tuesday about guns.

“We don’t agree on this issue.

“But if we can talk with mutual respect & humility, maybe all of us come together to effect positive change.

“I will enter this with an open heart, ears and mind. I hope he does the same.”

 

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