If he ‘had eaten vegetables in his life’, he wouldn’t have ‘had a stroke’

  • Republican Senate candidate Dr. Oz went viral after complaining about the price of “crudité.”

  • The recent “vegetable war” in the Oz-Fetterman race has gotten a lot of attention.

  • Pennsylvania’s Senate election has been fueled by memes and Twitter sparring.

Dr. Mehmet Oz has spent the past week defending himself against accusations that he has been hopelessly out of touch with most of Pennsylvania’s residents. Senate Republican Candidate.

Last Monday, Oz Democratic opponent John Fetterman said: redisplayed the video Oz recorded what he called “Wegners,” a hodgepodge of Redners and Wegmans grocery store chains, shopping for “crudité” and complaining about inflation. did. Fetterman comments: “In PA we call this a vegetable tray.”

and Exclusive statement as part of an insider investigation into Oz, the doctor’s campaign stabbed in reverse. “If John Fetterman had ever eaten vegetables in his life, he probably wouldn’t have had a major stroke and wouldn’t have had to lie about it all the time.

The Vegetable Wars represents the latest drama in the Oz Fetterman race that has been getting a lot of attention. nearbut could tip the scale for Washington.

It could also be seen as a referendum against Donald Trump, who endorsed Oz earlier than Republican David McCormick. (McCormick’s wife, Dina Powell, worked for the Trump administration. there are actually 10 — Trump reportedly He told two of his best friends that Oz would “fuck lose” unless something changed in the race. (The Trump campaign denied this to Rolling Stone.)

These failures may be evidence of Oz’s political novices, but those who have known the 62-year-old for a long time told Insider that he always thought he was destined for greatness. Over the course of his career, he designed a series of parleys: from running a groundbreaking medical center to garnering press attention, from press to best-selling books and The Oprah Winfrey Show. and from Oprah to his own media empire, several business and board positions, and a place in the hearts and minds of virtually every American.

“I think part of the reason he was on TV was to beef up his profile so he could get into politics at some point,” he said, helping start “The Dr. Oz Show.” A person who did A recent insider survey of doctors“He’s definitely the kind of guy who does what he has to do to get what he wants.”

Read about how Dr. Oz’s lifelong obsession with power led to his candidacy in Pennsylvania.

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