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2020 hopeful Marianne Williamson apologizes for calling vaccine mandates 'draconian' and 'Orwellian'

Presidential candidate Marianne Williamson, an author and self-help guru who will appear on the Democratic debate stage next week, apologized Wednesday night after she attacked mandatory vaccinations as "draconian" and "Orwellian" at a Manchester, N.H., event.

"To me, it's no different than the abortion debate," Williamson said at the event, according to a

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