Hawaiian congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard beat a male supporter in a push-up challenge in Manchester, New Hampshire, on January 17, after she held a town hall to discuss impeachment and war, local media reported.
The Democratic candidate vying to be on the ticket for the 2020 presidential election shared a video of the challenge to her Twitter and Instagram accounts with the caption: “You never know what will happen at our town hall meetings.”
In response to the video, a Twitter user said the man she challenged “clearly had at least 20 more in him.” Gabbard responded with “So did I.”
Gabbard, who is a member of the Hawaii Army National Guard, is the the first Samoan-American voting member of Congress. Credit: @TulsiGabbard via Storyful