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Dr. Oz on Election Day 2022, Fetterman’s ‘big anti-business problem’
Dr. Mehmet Oz slams Fetterman for having a ‘big anti-business problem’
Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, Dr. Mehmet Oz, discusses his stance on energy, inflation and crime in a wide-ranging interview on ‘Mornings with Maria.’
The Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania Dr. Mehmet Oz made his closing argument and ripped his opponents' "big anti-business problem" as polls show the race is near a statistical tie just hours before voters cast their ballot on Election Day.
"In heart surgery, we focus on big problems and we fix them by working together, by uniting, by moving past issues," Oz told FOX Business host Maria Bartiromo Monday. "John Fetterman can't work with other people. He doesn't even like the moderates in his own party, and a radical like that in Washington will be destabilizing."
"When he busts the filibuster and passes laws that don't align with the values of America, it's going to be a problem," he continued. "Which is why Pennsylvanians are not going to let that happen."
On "Mornings with Maria," Oz clapped back at Fetterman’s recent claims that the Republican candidate doesn’t "understand" inflation or economic issues due to his wealth.
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"John Fetterman’s never had a job, so I’d hardly turn it over to him," Oz said. "And he’s been pretty radical in his positions, which is why he’s going to lose the race tomorrow."
Oz further argued hardworking families across Pennsylvania don’t identify with Fetterman’s stances on tax reform, crime and energy.