Trump and Cruz Bump Heads on North Carolina 'Anti-LGBT' Law

The co-hosts discuss the controversial bathroom law and the opposing positions held by the two Republican candidates.
5:17 | 04/22/16

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No matter what he does, he betrays someone. Now he's saying it's okay for transgender people to be in bathrooms. Let me set this up. Because we're going to show them talking. Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are coming out strong on different sides of North Carolina's lgbt laws. Take a look. North Carolina what they're going with all of the businesses that's leaving, leave it the way it is. Very few complaints the way it is. People they go and they use the bathroom that they feel is appropriate. Here's basic common sense, grown adult men, strangers should not be alone in a bathroom with little girls. What? I'm sorry, what? I'm confused. He's saying that a transgender person who maybe still has male parts, I guess -- Explain that to me. He went on the weekend shows and he said, when you deal people with repulsive perverts -- just listen. There are some people in the world and we shouldn't be facilitating little girls in the bathroom with grown adult men. I don't have a problem with the bathroom law at all. I'm always going to chaperone my children. It's a tricky situation. There's no bouncer at the door anyone. No one's policing the bathroom. Ted Cruz, transgender people are not perverts. I'm not finish. He's N E's he like Normal humans you go right to that thought, that's very rude and disrespectful to go through issues that you'll never understand. The last pervert that did something like this was the guy named Larry Craig, remember him? Tap, tap, tap. He was just a republican congressman. I feel like that's what Ted Cruz is saying. It opens the door for a pervert, it lets them in. No, they were already there and the transgender are not the one prying on them it's the people prying on them. No question that transgender people are more likely to be victimized than a perpetrator of a crime. I'm not giving Ted Cruz a pass on using the term pervert in the context of lgbt. He's fear mongering and that is completely wrong. Let me just say this -- I'm not giving him a pass on this. Listen to this, like I said, I don't have a problem with the bathroom law. A group of women in the state of Washington asking for protection in the locker rooms. Because they were victimized and abused in locker rooms. This is what they're saying. Not we the lgbt. They're saying I'm not saying transgender people are predators. What I'm saying there's are countless deviant men who will be pretending to be transgender to exploit women -- wait a second. What do you tell these women who were abused? That their voice doesn't matter? Don't legislation late in this country based on fearmongering. That's what I would tell them. We have done it before and it doesn't work. Wait a second. Answer this question, why is this question these perverts he's talking about why can't get dressed up like women now? Exactly. What does this law have to do with it? They can hide behind the law. You're pushing out the right of using a bathroom. It's unfair. Multiple friends have gotten arrested because they go into the bathroom that categorized the gender th-- we always do the same thing even though we teach our kids. It's sort of like when they inflate ped fill Ya and gays -- No one wants to attack the lgbt community. That's not the conversation we're having right now. That's not the conversation. There's legitimate people that there are deviants. -- We got to wrap. According to the communications director for transgender equality, they haven't heard of one instance of a transgender harassing a nontransgender people. It's a separate issue altogether. When we come back, we'll be talking about pda. Trump is liberal on this. It is. We'll be right back.

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