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Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker argued about abortion, inflation, health care costs and a few other things

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 Voting initially began this week in Georgia, and nearly 200,000 ballots have been dropped told. Senators Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker have lined up some of the biggest names once in the last few weeks approaching The Day of Selection. NewsNation's limited discussion on Friday placed its 2nd in advance and the middle, along with who likely controls the Senate.

Everyone accused the other of having a "problem with the truth" when they spent an hour discussing trafficking individual verbal blows and asking for religion in discussions that review rumors starting with abortion, individual credibility, economy, foreign regulation, health care, and crime.

However, the discussion featured little substantive regulatory dialogue and instead generate an onslaught of individuals and unanswered questions from some candidates. The conversation warms up as crime and individual credibility become topics of conversation.

Similar to the 2020 presidential election, one of the most important polling companies gave Georgia the most likely to decide which party controls the Conference, making Georgian Senate discussions limited which is more important for voters.

Opinion polls say that the economy is the biggest concern for Georgian voters.

"In 2 years, this inflation is getting worse," Walker said throughout the discussion.

Warnock responded by explaining, "We enacted the Inflation Reduction Act... He explained that he did not vote for the Inflation Reduction Act."

Some candidates for that on rumors like abortion. Walker opposed reports that he paid for his ex-lover'sabortion despite his anti-abortion stance.

"That's lying, and regarding abortion, you know, I'm a Christian. I'm confident in life," Walker said. "I am a Christian, but I am a representative of some Georgians. So what some Georgians are fighting for, I'm the same as them."

When asked if there should be a limit on abortion decided by the government, Warnock spoke, "I think some women in this country, and some women in this side country, wake up in one summer morning and the basic protection they had known for 50 years was taken on them by the Supreme Court is excessive."

"The patient's room is too narrow, small, and cramped for a woman, her doctor, and the government of the United States," Warnock said. "We look at now, what's happening right now, what's happening, when politicians, generally men hoarded in the patient's room. Some Georgian women deserve senators who want to stand with them. I trust women more than I trust politicians."

In one of the bizarre events of the discussion, Walker received a stern warning from the discussion moderator after he pulled what was seen as a prop police badge out of his pocket. Walker claimed it was real in response to a jab from Warnock in which he insulted a false claim that had been it was made by Walker if he was a police officer.

"One thing I've never worked on is being coded as a police officer and I never made the threat of a shootout with the police," Warnock said.

Walker next take her police badge and said, "You know what's funny is that I'm with a lot of police officers" as he showed the badge to the laughing viewers. The moderator of the discussion further recalled that Walker's props were not allowed in the discussion, to which Walker replied, "This is not props, this is real."

During a post-debate review with NewsNation's Leland Vittert, Walker again challenged Warnock's claim that he ever impersonated a police officer and explained he had "worked with law enforcement" and brought a badge to him "during the time."

"I've been training with the FBI, I've been providing blue-clothed women and men support all year round. ," Walker said. "It's not something I'm doing, so they're lying about it."

About individual credibility issues, Warnock did not directly answer some questions about reports if an apartment building owned by him and his church was already getting rid of tenants who in some cases owed only $25 in unpaid rent.

Walker took advantage of Warnock's evasion of questions about the report, explaining, "Right now you're watching who's who have a problem with the truth." Warnock painted the report as an attempt by the right-leaning media to smear it.

"I explained the absolute light of my adversary and his allies seeking to undermine the Church Baptist Ebenezer," Warnock said.

Some of the most important Republican figures have campaigned on Walker's behalf, but he's not shown himself since the abortion charges.

At that moment, former President Barack Obama is predicted to travel to Georgia to rally votes for Warnock. But, if no candidate gets 50% of the votes in the next month, the race can be set with a runoff in December.

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