Sen. Tammy Baldwin brings Seth Meyers Spotted Cow

Sen. Tammy Baldwin brings Seth Meyers Spotted Cow

Sen. Tammy Baldwin was on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” Thursday night and brought a piece of Wisconsin with her.

Baldwin said she would be talking about the immigration situation happening at the U.S., Mexico border.

On @LateNightSeth talking about the heartbreaking stories coming from our southern border. The Trump administration is trying to use young kids as pawns. We’ve seen this before. It’s just despicable.

— Tammy Baldwin (@tammybaldwin) June 22, 2018

She also talked about being the first openly gay person elected to the Senate.

During her interview, Baldwin broke out some Spotted Cow to talk about the upcoming election, the state of Wisconsin and President Donald Trump.

On @LateNightSeth talking about the heartbreaking stories coming from our southern border. The Trump administration is trying to use young kids as pawns. We’ve seen this before. It’s just despicable.

— Tammy Baldwin (@tammybaldwin) June 22, 2018

State Sen. Leah Vukmir, R-Brookfield, who is running against Baldwin in the primary along with Kevin Nicholsen, responded to Baldwin’s interview with Meyers.

“Really, Senator Baldwin? During the Obama administration you didn’t say anything to fix our broken immigration system but recently faked outrage to raise money in a tough election? Really!?!,” Vukmir tweeted.

Really, Senator Baldwin? During the Obama administration you didn’t say anything to fix our broken immigration system but recently faked outrage to raise money in a tough election? Really!?! #LNSM #wisen pic.twitter.com/vVdKXHoKi1

— Leah Vukmir (@LeahVukmir) June 22, 2018