Kari Lake, Engages in Candid Exchange with New York Times Reporter During Iowa State Fair

In an unexpected and candid moment, former Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake engaged in a conversation with a New York Times reporter at the Iowa State Fair on Friday, offering an impromptu anatomy lesson while milking a cow.

As Lake expertly milked a cow, she playfully turned her attention to the assembled crowd, inquiring, “Which one of you is from the New York Times?” A Twitter video capturing the interaction reveals a reporter identifying herself and mentioning her role in capturing visual content. Lake then took the opportunity to initiate a discussion by asking the reporter if she was aware of the concept that there are only “two genders.”

“There’s only two genders and they know that in Iowa,” Lake said. “I challenge the New York Times reporter and the Washington Post reporter to try to milk a cow and then try to milk a bull and see how that goes.”

“I’ve milked a cow,” the Times reporter replied, to which Lake chuckled in response.

Lake is at the state fair campaigning for former President Donald Trump, touting that she and her team had gotten “hundreds” of Iowa voters to caucus for him, according to a post on her Twitter account. Trump is expected to arrive at the fair around 1 p.m. Saturday after an event at the Des Moines airport at 10 a.m. after snubbing an invite for Iowa Gov. Kim Reynold’s ‘Fireside Chats’ being held this weekend.

The Iowa legislature banned child sex-change treatments in March, banning the administration of puberty blockers and any procedures that would “alter the appearance of, or affirm the minor’s perception of, the minor’s gender or sex if that appearance or perception is inconsistent with the minor’s sex [at birth].”

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