Oz attacks Fetterman, Krasner for crime-related policy alongside Pa. Republicans, Haley


One day after the first and only U.S. Senate debate ahead of the Nov. 8 general election, Pennsylvania’s Republican nominee Mehmet Oz doubled down on his crime policies, lodging attacks against Democratic nominee John Fetterman and vowing to make decisions for community safety.

Oz, joined by former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, and onetime South Carolina governor, Nikki Haley, and Republican state lawmakers during a brief campaign stop at the Pennsylvania State Troopers Association in suburban Harrisburg, also attacked Democratic Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner for crime rates in the state’s largest city.

“I think Pennsylvania deserves more than Krasner,” Oz said Wednesday, hours after House Republicans introduced a measure to impeach the city’s district attorney, who won reelection last year. “And Pennsylvania…

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